On screen Blog Posts

IBJ Movie Night: 'Babies'

May 5, 2010
Variety calls documentary "refreshing in its methods, impressive in its scope and remarkable in its immediacy."

Ticket giveaway: 'Iron Man 2'

April 28, 2010
Win tickets to a midnight screening of the much-anticipated sequel.

Review: A John Lennon bio and more upcoming films

April 20, 2010
Early look at 'Nowhere Boy,' 'Applause,' 'The Concert,' and more.

Pee-wee, Kermit, and James Dean on Summer Nights schedule

April 14, 2010
Series starts with 'Across the Universe' on June 4.

'Avatar' vs. 'Hurt Locker': Lou's Oscar predictions

March 4, 2010
Play along as I pick the will win/should wins in Sunday night's Academy Awards.

IU study: It's action we like, not violence

February 11, 2010
Researchers at Indiana University used edited TV episodes of "24," "Oz" and others in study.

Reggie Miller, movie star

February 9, 2010
Who would have thought that an ESPN documentary would be the best movie in town?

Few surprises in Oscar nominations

February 2, 2010
It's getting tougher for Hollywood to be unpredictable.

'Crazy Heart': Your thoughts?

January 22, 2010
Sneak preview audiences caught the Jeff Bridges film Thursday evening.

Bogdanovich at the IMA, ATI's nuns, and more

January 20, 2010
Arts organizations fill out their winter/spring lineups.

You-review-it Monday

January 18, 2010
Last weekend's A&E events included trips back to the 1970s at the IMA and the 1940s at the Phoenix Theatre.

IBJ Night at the Movies: 'Crazy Heart'

January 13, 2010
Want to win tickets for the new Jeff Bridges film?

Ticket giveaway: "Carmen" live in HD

January 6, 2010
Win tickets to the latest operatic simulcast.

'Avatar,' 'Nine,' and more

December 24, 2009
Heading to the movies over the holidays? Here's an opinionated rundown on recent releases.

IBJ Movie Night: 'It's Complicated'

December 17, 2009
Want to win passes to a screening of the new Meryl Streep/Alec Baldwin film?

IBJ Night at the Movies: "Sherlock Holmes"

December 16, 2009
Win tickets to the latest Hollywood take on the world's greatest detective.

Review: "Star Wars in Concert"

December 15, 2009
A symphonic take on the six-film cycle highlighted the strengths and weaknesses of George Lucas' epic vision.

IFJA announces first slate of movie bests

December 14, 2009
"Up in the Air" takes top spot.

Movies of the year

December 10, 2009
Tonight, the Indiana Film Journalists Association votes for Best Film, Best Actor/Actress, etc. What would you pick?

'Invictus': Your thoughts.

December 8, 2009
Comments on Monday night's screening of the new Morgan Freemon/Matt Damon film.

IBJ Night at the Movies: 'Invictus'

December 1, 2009
Win tickets to the new Morgan Freeman/Matt Damon film.

IBJ Night at the Movies: "Fantastic Mr. Fox"

November 17, 2009
Win tickets to a sneak preview of the new Wes Anderson film.

The Muppets' greatest hits

November 11, 2009
On the 40th anniversary of 'Sesame Street,' twelve of the many moments when the Muppets achieved greatness.

Review: "Hatchi" opens Heartland Film Fest

October 16, 2009
New Richard Gere man-and-his-dog film remarkably restrained.

How to ruin a Heartland film

October 13, 2009
Movie trailers give away crucial plot points.

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