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Here’s the Second Half of the Owl and Bear-Presented Midnight Series at the Ken


Taxi Driver

Films include Taxi Driver, This is Spanal Tap, and Mean Girls



Film Review: Boyhood


Boyhood

Richard Linklater’s lyrical new film speaks to the child in all of us



Film Review: Life Itself


Life Itself

A new documentary profiles the life of Roger Ebert



Film Review: The Dance of Reality


Dance of Reality

‘The Dance of Reality’ marks the return of a surrealist favorite



Film Review: We Are the Best!


We Are the Best

Lukas Moodysson’s film is an ode to adolescence and punk



Film Review: The Signal


The Signal

The new film from William Eubank mixes genres with mixed results



Film Review: Edge of Tomorrow


Edge of Tomorrow

Tom Cruise returns with a sci-fi take on ‘Groundhog Day’



Film Review: Gore Vidal: The United States of Amnesia


Gore Vidal

A new film lets the quotable commentator speak for himself



Film Review: A Million Ways to Die in the West


A Million Ways to Die in the West

Seth MacFarlane’s sharpshooting satire hits more than it misses



Owl and Bear Presents Summer Midnight Series at the Ken


Hedwig and the Angry Inch

The 16-week movie series kicks off June 14



Film Review: X-Men: Days of Future Past


X-Men Days of Future Past

The latest X-Men film atones for the franchise’s own checkered past



Film Review: Godzilla (2014)


Godzilla 2014

The new Godzilla succeeds where previous versions failed



Film Review: Oculus


Oculus

‘Oculus’ explores fear through a mind-bending mirror



Film Review: Alan Partridge


The Alan Partridge Movie

Steve Coogan brings inane banter to the big screen — and it’s a good thing



Film Review: Ernest and Celestine


Ernest and Celestine

The new animated film will enchant kids of all ages



Film Review: Mistaken for Strangers


Mistaken for Strangers

A new documentary grants unprecedented access to The National



Interview: Erik Jourgensen


Erik Jourgensen

The San Diego composer talks about his upcoming film ‘Callejero’



Film Review: Particle Fever


Particle Fever

Mark Levinson’s new film brings particle physics to the general public



Film Review: The Grand Budapest Hotel


“Characters” is an understatement in The Grand Budapest Hotel

Wes Anderson’s latest recaptures the magic of classic Hollywood



San Diego Latino Film Festival Brings the Scary and the Bizarre


Viral

The festival’s “Un Mundo Extraño” sidebar showcases an eclectic group of films



Film Review: Bethlehem


Bethlehem film

Yuval Adler’s new thriller tackles the Israel-Palestine conflict



Film Review: The Oscar-Nominated Short Films 2014 – Documentary


Matthew Boger and Tim Zaal in Facing Fear

We look at this year’s crop of Oscar-nominated documentaries



Film Review: We Are What We Are


We Are What We Are

A new horror film takes a bite out of free will



Film Review: RoboCop


RoboCop

The ‘80s classic gets a big loud remake