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.

Feeling lost? Sometimes all it takes is a trip back to your childhood home to find yourself again. Friday Film Reviewer Linda Jager shares the story od the Altman family's funny and poignant family reunion with this week's review of This is Where I Leave You.

The new flick The November Man is a movie for any month. That's the word from Libby Wadman, with the Friday Film Review.

Sponsored in part by the Utah Film Center.

One-hundred feet can seem a world apart when two stubborn restaurateurs face off across the road in the French countryside. Linda Jager is here with her review of The One Hundred Foot Journey.

Woody Allen's newest film is Magic in the Moonlight. Rick Brough, with the Friday Film Review, looks to see if there's anything behind the curtain.

Friday Film Review: And So It Goes

Aug 8, 2014

This week's movie review features an overpriced home for sale and a frustrated, grouchy realtor. No... And So It Goes is NOT a movie about life in Park City. It's director Rob Reiner's latest project. Here's Barbara Bretz with this week's film review. 

Actor/director Zach Braff turned to Kickstarter to raise funds to produce his most recent film Wish I Was Here. Was it worth the crowd-sourced investment? Linda Jager is here with her Friday Film Review.

The movie "Sex Tape" may have a steamy title, but does the film live up - or down - to that? Rick Brough has the answer, with the Friday Film Review.

Friday Film Review: Maleficent

Jul 11, 2014

Have you ever wondered why the evil Fairy Godmother in the story of Sleeping Beauty was so pissed off? See Maleficent and all will be revealed. Barbara Bretz has this week's Friday Film Review.

Rick Brough, here with the Friday Film Review, says a new cop-movie spoof is a routine addition to the summer movie parade.

In the new film Edge of Tomorrow Tom Cruise finds himself in a sci-fi version of Groundhog Day. Sexy, tough co-star Emily Blunt delivers her, "I got you Babe" moment right on schedule. Mark Harrington has some positive words, in this week's Friday Film Review.

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