Your guide to Asheville's vibrant and diverse movie offerings.
Under the direction of Kenneth Branagh, the best that the latest star-studded adaptation of Agatha Christie’s Murder on the Orient Express can hope for is a manslaughter charge.
Todd Haynes' latest experiment in gorgeous period filmmaking challenges viewers with its portrayal of deafness over dual storylines.
The Asheville Movie Guys visit the real Hundred Acre Wood and reflect on the surprisingly dark story behind Winnie the Pooh.
Sean Baker's follow-up to Tangerine gets a major boost from Willem Dafoe, but is otherwise another endurance test with unlikeable and irredeemable characters.
Brett Morgen's Jane Goodall documentary is another hit for the filmmaker, but not quite up to the standard of his best work.
The raunchy sequel is nearly as funny and entertaining as the original, definitely as mawkish and a good bit more hypocritical.