Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
Big laughs help compensate for unimaginative plotting in this entertaining sequel.
Just a few weeks after the pleasures of Long Shot comes another smart adult comedy, showcasing Emma Thompson and Mindy Kaling.
Jim Jarmusch’s delightfully deadpan zombie movie makes excellent use of a talented ensemble cast.
Kenneth Branagh, Judi Dench, and Ian McKellan join forces in Branagh’s appealing William Shakespeare biopic.
Like super-powered mutants, the Asheville Movie Guys land on opposite sides and face off over this maybe-final installment in the X-Men series.
Another fine performance from Blythe Danner buoys this unchallenging movie about a dedicated survivalist (John Lithgow) looking for companionship.
Think of this surprisingly fun show as A Chorus Line, but with working class Texans and a Nissan pickup truck onstage.
The classic Rodgers and Hammerstein score is still an audience pleaser, but some of the plot points don’t play well in the 21st century.
The Felice Brothers’ accordionist/vocalist brings his reconfigured band to The Grey Eagle on June 6.
The Asheville-area musician and her eponymous band play Salvage Station on May 31.
The Driftwood guitarist/vocalist and his bandmates play the Cold Mountain Music Festival on June 1.
A remarkable concert presentation of Verdi’s Requiem also tells the story of its defiant and stirring performance in a Nazi concentration camp.