A Dark Night Rises: <em>Star Trek Into Darkness</em> mixes inside jokes, politics, story and acting into one great ride.
Literary Criticism: Baz Luhrmann’s problem is more than not showing proper respect for <em>The Great Gatsby</em>.
Man of Action:<em>Iron Man 3</em> nothing to Marvel at, but delivers good acting, reasonable fun.
Robert Redford plays loose with his age, but directs a smart film about radicals still on the lam in <em>The Company You Keep</em>.
Ignore the plot holes, Matthew McConaughey charms as fugitive in coming-of-age tale.
Documentary tries to ferret out hidden meaning in even mundane items in Kubrick’s <em>The Shining</em>.
Earth is wrecked, aliens abound and Tom Cruise saves the day in fun trek through space.
NO chronicles the rule of Augusto Pinochet, and how opponents marketed themselves like candy.
**NO** chronicles the rule of Augusto Pinochet, and how opponents marketed themselves like candy.
Alpha males clash and clash again in Derek Cianfrance’s <em>The Place Beyond the Pines.</em>
Internal Conflict: <em>The Gatekeepers</em> shines a bright light on Israel’s other intelligence agency.