Focus fractures in Salinger drama ‘Rebel in the Rye’
Win tickets to Santa Cruz Surf Film Festival on Sept 29 - 30.
Static character spoils attempted character study in ‘Beach Rats’
UCSC alum looks back on the life of Dolores Huerta in new documentary
Win tickets to Radical Reels on Friday, Sept 22 at Rio Theatre.
Food, laughs, highlight dry and witty ‘The Trip to Spain’
New film from ‘500 Days of Summer’ director isn’t just a ‘Graduate’ rip-off
Engaging, eloquent film is more than just a crime drama
Inner-city girls dance to own drummer in infectious documentary ‘Step’
Repressed woman seeks revenge in stark, profound ‘Lady Macbeth’
Kathryn Bigelow brings intensity and a spirit of resistance to ‘Detroit’
Substance, meaning fail to materialize in ‘A Ghost Story’
Christopher Nolan epic pulls cinematic thrills from World War II’s ‘Dunkirk miracle’
All-time great horror director George A. Romero was about more than just zombies
Real-life female adventurer profiled in ‘Letters From Baghdad’
Santa Cruz Shakespeare’s ‘The 39 Steps,’ Hitchcock Week, and the director’s connection to Scotts Valley
Could Michael Bay ever make a good ‘Transformers’ movie?
Culture-clash, cocktails, unsatisfying in ‘Beatriz at Dinner’
Shadowy revenge, mystery and romance keep the audience guessing
Superhero movie revamped in ‘Wonder Woman’
Catch up with Buena Vista Social Club veterans in ‘Adios’
Community resists callous city planners in ‘Citizen Jane’
Small-time hustler vs. big time in droll but uneven ‘Norman’
Fiercely passionate ‘Cowspiracy’ director Kip Andersen comes to Santa Cruz for screening of his latest film, 'What the Health.'
Quirky animation has cheeky energy but falls short with old tropes and cheesy cartoons
Scriptwriters boost wartime morale in sharp, funny ‘Their Finest’
History at war with fiction in ‘The Promise’
Heart, humor, drama, add up in math prodigy story ‘Gifted’
‘Frantz’ is a haunting postwar tone poem on love, loss and absolution
Auld acquaintance is not forgot in caustic, rueful ‘Trainspotting’ sequel