Miami New Times' Mastermind Awards honors the city's most inspiring creatives. This year, we received more than 150 submissions, which our staff narrowed to an elite group of 30. We'll be profiling our honorable mentions, and eventually the finalists, in the weeks to come. This year's three Mastermi ... More >>
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The Terminator is back. Plus 39 other movies we can't wait to see this season.
Sounds like a perfect date to us
With Hitchcock in its rear window, bland voyeur thriller does its best not to perturb(ia)
De Niro takes a loooong, sloooow look at the history of the CIA
Boring game play mars Marvel Nemesis: Rise of the Imperfects.
Wes Craven takes a cue from Hitchcock about the Red Eye
In The Dancer Upstairs, Javier Bardem is the quiet amid the violence
Peter Bogdanovich wasn't dead. He was just acting like it.
Okay, we don't have a proper revival cinema, but for the summer we get the next best thing
The spirit of Hitchcock pops up in a deft French thriller
Finding Forrester tries to get it right
How the twist ending left M. Night Shyamalan twisting in the breeze
Aronofsky's followup to Pi is a brutal personal movie about the horrors of drug addiction
Marvel's mutants are a modest squad of dullards in this frustrating adaptation
The Talented Mr. Ripley
Artsy fartsy punks
Cinema of the Americas: Latin American and Caribbean Independent Film Festival
The problem isn't the new multiplex coming to Lincoln Road. It's that Miami has no indie film scene. At it's not getting better.
A pair of Miami filmmakers head to Sundance with a new motion picture about a congressman turned Castro spy