Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
The pleasant period dramedy from the Downton Abbey team has a sensibility closer to a classy TV movie than to a more nuanced indie drama.
Back for another taste of the old ultra-violence, Keanu Reeves adds to the legacy of what could be his best character — or at least his most fitting.
It’s the YA variation on a popular movie theme: It sucks to meet your soul mate at an inconvenient turning point in your life.
For viewers agnostic about Pokémon, this dopey, laugh-free “mystery” might be the year’s worst film.
Diane Keaton and an entertaining finale rescue this thinly written senior comedy.
The comedic talents of Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson are largely wasted in this gender-swap remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels.
Flat Rock Playhouse honors this nostalgic Neil Simon show with a production that could have been enjoyed by audiences anytime in the past 40 years.
The Brooklyn-based artist brings her brilliant new collection of Lady Lamb songs to The Mothlight on May 19.
Fresh off her award-winning performance at Merlefest, the Asheville singer/songwriter plays The Grey Eagle on May 19.
As you might guess from the title, this original comedy has something to say about the state of Asheville, circa 2019.
Gabby Bailey leads a strong teen trio in Attic Salt Theatre Company’s production of Stephen Karam’s play.
The Finnish director discusses bringing J.R.R. Tolkien’s pre-literary life to the screen.