Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
Though typically unbreakable in their opinions, the Asheville Movie Guys split on M. Night Shyamalan’s storyline-blending thriller.
Julia Roberts and Lucas Hedges excel in the second powerful family drama from 2018 to take on the opioid crisis.
Mimi Leder grows RBG’s onscreen legacy through crowd-pleasing but largely rote narrative biopic means.
Keanu Reeves is painfully awkward as a scientist who bends the laws of nature to save his family.
The charming English-language remake of The Intouchables merits more respect than it’s bound to receive.
Barry Jenkins’ James Baldwin adaptation may very well be the only film of 2018 that can be called “beautiful.”
The production features five male sisters who raise their voices to the heavens and keep the audience laughing non stop.
Six talented singer-songwriters paid homage to Dolly Parton, Stevie Nicks, and Kate Wolf.
The casual intimacy of the show generated the sincere feeling that those onstage wanted those in the audience to experience some of the magic the music brings to their own lives.
This time of year, we could all use a good laugh. The Twelve Dates of Christmas at NC Stage Co. tells us we shouldn’t take ourselves too seriously this season.
The black box theater feels like the destined match for Tom Chalmers’ marvelous turn as Crumpet the elf.
The acclaimed actress and writer discusses the ins and outs of adapting Richard Ford’s novel, helping partner/co-writer Paul Dano bring his vision to the screen, and filmmaking tips from the Coen brothers.