Friday Film Review

KPCW

Join KPCW's pop culture savant Rick Brough, as well as Friday Film Reviewers Barb Bretz, Mark Harrington and Linda Jager as they tackle the list of movies to catch on DVD, which Sundance films made it to the linelight and, of course, anticipation of the next Star Wars mvoie.

For today's Friday Film Review, Mark Harrington talks about a new movie that doesn't, for once, have a superhero.

One of the hottest tickets in the 2015 Sundance Film Festival was a ticket to the premiere of A Walk in the Woods, based on Bill Bryson's 1998 book of the same name. Here's Barbara Bretz with this week's Friday Film Review.

A new film about a ground-breaking Rap group of the late 1980's is making waves at the box office. Here's Libby Wadman - straight outta Snyderville - with this week's Friday Film Review.

Meryl Streep proves she can become just about anyone doing anything in her latest role of agingrock 'n' roller Ricki Rendazzo in Ricki and the Flash. Here's Barb Bretz with this week's Friday Film Review.

British songstress Amy Winehouse rose to fame almost as quickly as she fell, and she's the subject of the recently released documentary, Amy. Linda Jager has this week's Friday Film Review.

The film Southpaw delivers an incredible 1-2 punch. Libby Wadman has this week's Friday Film Review.

The Greatest Detective of them all gets a new slant in the film Mr. Homes. Rick Brough has this week's Friday Film Review.

Fans of  Despicable Me movies will be happy to see the sidekicks take center state in a new animated film. But can Minions appeal to audiences of all ages? Mark Harrington has the answer in this week's Friday Film Review.

Hailed as the Bob, Carol, Ted and Alice of the new  millennium, The Overnight offers a potentially kinky experience in which you can safely participate from the comfort of your theater chair. Barbara Bretz has this week's Friday Film Review.

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