Movie News & Reviews

Movie News & Reviews

Beguiling film 'Summer 1993' takes a child's eye view of some very adult issues

Summer is a time of year when the world has scarcely become accustomed to being alive, with sunny days becoming thunderous, flashing storms in minutes. "Summer 1993," the semi-autobiographical debut feature by writer/director Carla Simon, looks at the season from the quiet, clever perspective of 6-year-old Frida (Laia Artigas, a wonderfully promising child actor), who speaks little but sees every new mystery clearly.

Movie stars discuss their comedy 'Tag'

Ed Helms, Jake Johnson and Hannibal Buress were at Fun Dimension in Wynwood to talk to Miami Herald celebrity reporter Madeleine Marr about their new comedy, "Tag," The movie is about a group of friends who've been playing tag since they were kids.