Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
Much like Dwayne Johnson’s Skyscraper, The Meg make mindless entertaining use of Jason Statham’s dumb charms.
The Asheville Movie Guys infiltrate a local movie theater and report back on Spike Lee’s new film.
The interconnected vignettes of Ken Marino’s canine ensemble comedy are funny, family-friendly and not-so-secretly adult.
Kate McKinnon and Mila Kunis are hilarious in the summer’s superior espionage movie.
Once the Dublin-set time-travel romance’s concept grows clearer, it becomes quite moving.
Flat Rock Playhouse’s energetic and entertaining Mamma Mia! is sure to delight those who made it the theater’s most requested musical.
Flat Rock Playhouse’s Broadway on the Rock is a speedy and often thrilling tour of nearly 75 years of theater history.
The NYC rockers have one of the year’s best albums in the Danger Mouse-produced Wide Awake, but its sonic richness doesn’t yet translate well to the stage.
Under the direction of Jerry Crouch, Asheville Community Theatre’s production has a down-to-earth quality and a busload of great musical numbers.
The musical mastermind behind the summer’s feel-good movie discusses the process of getting his songs onscreen and the role Asheville played in helping him compose the film’s score.