The Source picks the winners (or tries to)
It's time once again for the Superbowl Sunday of Cinema: The 89th Annual Academy Awards.
2017 Oscar-Nominated Documentary, Animated & Live-Action Shorts: For the fourth year running, Tin Pan Theater presents all of the Oscar Nominated Shorts. Make sure to catch 'The White Helmets" in Documentary, "Ennemis intérieurs" in Live-Action and "Borrowed Time" in Animation.
With Lego Batman, not quite everything is awesome
Lego Batman might not be the hero we need, but he's the hero we deserve.
Get yourself some popcorn and sit down with these movies with a message
I've always believed that movies could change the world, which is part of the reason why I can never be cynical about them.
Another horror franchise fails to care
Suspension of disbelief in the horror genre is a tricky thing.
Love and Rockets
As a human male grown to maturity, I am not the target demographic for "The Space Between Us."
Just as bad as it wants to be
I'm not a fan of the term "guilty pleasures."
20th Century women is a small wonder
Dorothea Fields is a specific and contradictory type of free spirit.
Scorsese Makes Another Masterpiece
An atheist, a Christian, a Buddhist and a Catholic walk into a theater to see "Silence." As they are leaving, the Buddhist says, "Did you see Buddha in the film walking invisibly across the characters' hearts?"
Ray Kroc's American scream
I don't know what it is about "The Founder" that feels so familiar. Something about a smug and greedy capitalist screwing over a couple of ethical and moral small businessman just sounds like something I've heard about recently.
2017 will be a milestone year in film
Now that we're ever so slowly inching our way out of January, the theatrical doldrums of the post-holiday world will be mostly behind us. While 2017 will see a ton of new sequels, reboots, remakes and the like, there are also quite a few interesting original properties headed our way.