Fairs, jazz concerts, art festivals, Tim McGraw and free films round out the last weekend of the month.
There’s no escaping this reality — movie theaters, once havens for escapism, no longer are sanctuaries from the violence of the real world.
Joshua Oppenheimer’s sequel to “The Act of Killing” tries to peer into the eyes and hearts of men responsible for a genocide in Indonesia.
Before the final hula, all of the key characters must take a stand, stake a claim or face the consequences of their actions in “Aloha.”
Family Film Guide
What you need to know about Guy Ritchie’s film reboot of TV’s Cold War spy series.
The videogame comedy “Pixels” is suitable for ages 8 to 9 and up, while the drama “Papertowns” is for mature tweens and teens and older.