Film Reviews

KPCW sends its most discerning moviegoers to the movies each week to let you know which films are worth going to, and which are a pass.

KPCW Film Reviewers are:

The Friday Film Review is sponsored by the Park City Film Series.

Libby Wadman is feeling some good vibrations with the film Love and Mercy. She has this week's Friday Film Review.

Me and Earl and the Dying Girl is witting, entertaining and so much more than just another bittersweet coming of age story. It won top honors at this year's Sundance Film Festival with both the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award and is in limited release beginning June 12th. Barbara Bretz has this week's Friday Film Review.

It's often the case that a TV series turned into a feature film falls flat. But for this latest example, Mark Harrington says that fans of Ari Gold, Turtle and Johnny Drama won't be disappointed.  He has this week's Friday Film Review.

Can an aging rock star reinvent himself for a second act on stage and in life? That's the question behind the new comedy-drama, Danny Collins. Linda Jager has this week's Friday Film Review.

The Hulk, and others, smash the box office in Marvels' latest super-hero gathering. Mark Harrington has this week's Friday Film Review.

The new movie "True Story" is about two characters who are famous for their lies.  Rick Brough has this week's Friday Film Review.

Can GenXers and Millennials be best friends, or is a cross-generational relationship doomed from the start? Filmmaker Noah Baumbach explores that dynamic in his new film While We're Young. Linda Jager has this week's Friday Film Review.

Comedian, impressionist, actor  - and now director - Kevin Pollack made his debut at Sundance 2015 with the documentary Misery Loves Comedy. Here is Barbara Bretz with today's Friday Film Review.

Film Reviewers Linda Jager, Barb Bretz and Mark Harrington join KPCW Film Guru Rick Brough for another edition of the Film Roundtable. This time they tackle the highs and lows of the 2015 Oscars from last weekend.

Friday Film Review - Selma

Jan 16, 2015

This weeks movie review is Selma, an up-close and intimate look into the people, politics and personal dynamics behind the history making 1965 Civil Rights March in Selma, Alabama. Barbara Bretz with this weeks film review.

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