Some of the magic of Finding Nemo is missing from its sequel, Finding Dory.
Keiran Mahoney’s film will make its Oklahoma City debut in a private screening at The Paramount Theatre OKC.
Sunnyside Diner and Savings and Loan Co. open their doors and Mason Pacific presents a special dinner at The Metro Wine Bar & Bistro.
If there’s one figure whose life and work were just waiting to be represented in a documentary, it’s Maya Angelou. That is why it’s crazy when you realize that there hasn’t been a single feature film produced about the revolutionary writer until now.
“You’re just kind of thrown into it. [You] definitely have to have tough skin,” Chapman said.
Kyle Kauwika Harris’ horror film The Foreverlands is part of deadCenter Film Festival’s Not So Short Shorts.
Lanthimos requires viewers to buy into The Lobster’s internal logic – if not, they will be as adrift as some of the loners who live in the nearby forest, running from tranquilizer darts and immediate transformation.
X-Men: Apocalypse fails to use its female characters well but takes an intelligent look at death and violence.
Key and Peele finally expanded their hilarious buddy comedy sketches for the silver screen.
“We were always the subject matter,” Whitman said, “but never behind the camera. That’s where the artist has control; a more self-determined image can be created when you are behind the lens.”