Shining a light on Savannah’s stars of Art and Commerce

In my last column, I announced the inaugural Savannah Film Alliance Gala open to the public on September 28

Savannah Screens

Fall Arts: Screenings

What's going on away from the multiplexes?

Fall Arts Issue

Summer Movie Wrap

If Rami Malek can win an Oscar as Freddie Mercury, then Taron Egerton should at least get nominated for his dazzling turn as Elton John.

Film Reviews

Review: The Peanut Butter Falcon

The Peanut Butter Falcon is neither condescending nor cloying, and its greatest strength rests in the relationship between Zak and Tyler.

Film Reviews

Review: Good Boys

The only folks who have any reason to be angry are those who earlier caught the film’s red-band trailer, which idiotically included the very last scene of the film.

Film Reviews

A long-overdue Red Carpet event for Savannah

Local figures for 2018 shattered the record set in 2017.

Savannah Screens

Review: Dora and The Lost City of Gold

What makes Dora and the Lost City of Gold so appealing is the characterization of its heroine as a perpetually chipper, never-say-die sort, with Isabela Moner irresistible in the part.

Film Reviews

CinemaSavannah celebrates move with the Queen of Soul

Local indie film group relocates to Savannah Cultural Arts Center with screening of ‘Amazing Grace’
TOMASZ WARCHOL first heard Aretha Franklin’s album "Amazing Grace" in the mid-70s. The live album was a commodity in communist Poland, Warchol remembers.

Local Film

Review: Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw

It’s the prickly interplay between Hobbs and Shaw that defines this picture, with Johnson and Statham clearly relishing every opportunity to flex their mouths as much as their muscles.

Film Reviews

Review: Once Upon a Time in... Hollywood

Before the picture ends, Tarantino has one ace left up his sleeve, and it’s sure to divide audience opinion with the precision of the Red Sea parting. I only objected to it because it’s a trick Tarantino already used before — to brilliant effect — in one of his previous pictures.

Film Reviews

Review: The Lion King

If you’ve seen the original, it’s impossible not to compare and contrast, and this version falls short in practically every way. Those who have never seen the ’94 edition will doubtless be much more charitable in their assessment, although even they might be put off by the soullessness of the entire enterprise.

Film Reviews

Review: Midsommar

A notable achievement distinguished by staggering visuals and a superlative lead performance.

Film Reviews


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