The Certitude of Man

FFCC member Kai R. Sacco reviews Mike Cahill’s new film, I Origins, which centers on a molecular biologist’s quest to invalidate intelligent design through the study of the human eye. The following is an excerpt from his review.

FFCC members review ‘Life Itself’

FFCC members review Steve James spellbinding documentary on the life and career of legendary film critic and trailblazer Roger Ebert.

Hide Your Smiling Faces Director on Adapting Childhood Memories, Kickstarter, and De Niro

FFCC member Hans Morgenstern chatted with Hide Your Smiling Faces director Daniel Patrick Carbone. The following is an excerpt from his interview. On Tuesday, April 29, at 7 p.m., he will conduct a live interview with Carbone and film critic Amy Taubin in the premiere installment of the Knight Foundation-sponsored Speaking In Cinema series at […]

Stylish ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ brings moral complexity to MCU

FFCC member Reuben Pereira reviews Marvel studio’s flagship 2014 release, Captain America: The Winter Soldier.

‘Divergent’ well-acted but ultimately listless adaptation of Veronica Roth’s best-seller

FFCC member Reuben Pereira reviews the first installment in Veronica Roth’s best-selling YA series, Divergent.

Hilarious and profane ‘Bad Words’ a return to form for Jason Bateman

FFCC member Reuben Pereira reviews Jason Bateman’s directorial debut, Bad Words, which opens in Florida theaters this weekend. The following is an excerpt from his review.

‘Pompeii’ Echoes Not In Eternity

Kai Sacco of Film with Kai Sacco reviews Paul W.S. Anderson’s disaster Pompeii.

MIFF Movie Review: ‘Elsa & Fred’

FFCC critic Kai Sacco reviews Elsa & Fred, the opening night film of the 2014 Miami International Film Festival.

From Meth to Speed

FFCC member Kai Sacco reviews Scott Waugh’s Need for Speed.

Stars align for Miami International Film Festival’s Opening Night Festivities

FFCC member Reuben Pereira attended the opening night festivities of the 2014 Miami International Film Festival, which kicked off on Friday, March 7. The following is an excerpt from his post, which originally appeared at FilmFrontier.