The new Harley Quinn movie is at least a superior followup to 'Suicide Squad'
The Academy Awards nominations are painfully white-male dominated
Fate, faith and music combine in this film from Canadian director Francois Girard
Some of the best films of 2019 were overlooked by the Oscars
Documentary shares the latest from the interviewees of '7 Up'
A beloved family tale is updated in Greta Gerwig’s exuberant ‘Little Women’
There’s some random fun to be had in this overwhelming adaptation
Local movie times for Santa Cruz County this week.
Epiphanies too subdued in small-scale tale of family reunion
Strong characters, intense filmmaking fuel domestic drama
Rian Johnson gathers an excellent ensemble, but can’t think of much to do with them
Ian McKellan and Helen Mirren impress, but story of deceit falls short
How the company that upended entertainment got its start in Santa Cruz
Martin Scorsese and mob-flick royalty breathe life into look at crime’s lasting legacy with 'The Irishman.'
American anti-slavery heroine finally gets her due
Can Nazis be funny? Taika Waititi says yes
Edison, Westinghouse race to electrify America in atmospheric drama
The epitome of a sequel no one needed
DNA’s Comedy Lab hosts screening and discussion
NASA-inspired astronaut drama fails to lift off
Outrage, scathing humor fuel irresistible portrait of pioneering political journalist
Surreal art, 80's horror and a skate legend stand out in this year's lineup
Documentary about the pre-iPhone visionary shows it’s possible to be too smart, too early
Gripping story of addiction and therapeutic psychedelics spotlights local research
Garland and Zellweger survive bumpy trip over the rainbow
Upbeat approach to lavish, gorgeous comedy of manors
A heady, spaced-out take on ‘Heart of Darkness’
Whistleblower exposes pre-Iraq political skullduggery
Makeup, muckbangs and going from Kmart to the red carpet with the 20 year-old followed by 1.8 million people