Funny and moving, anchored in the expected solid work of three quality actors.
BRAVE and INSIDE OUT both won Oscars, and I’m predicting the same for COCO.
You’re in for a pleasant surprise, JUSTICE LEAGUE is FUN!
Branagh pays great attention to the overall ugliness of this crime and the sadness and loneliness that follows Poirot.
The critical praise being lauded to Marvel’s latest is well deserved.
OK, you have homework. See American Made before it leaves theaters!
Takashi Miike has taken the best of his storytelling skills and brought to life the characters from the anime world.
Every now and then, Adam Sandler finds himself in a prestige project. He should do it more often, they sit well on him.
Tyler MacIntyre’s TRAGEDY GIRLS is the most fun and clever way one could have damning social media.
A crowd-pleasing courtroom drama.
A bold push forward on a classic story, told with overwhelming style.
Stellar science fiction with a wholly realized futuristic universe and much to say.
Stephen Frears veers between comedy and drama in the same film, to mixed results.
This historical Trump allegory with a better ending benefits from two excellent lead performances.
What is actually happening? That question took the whole movie and a long discussion afterwards to answer.
The new iteration of Stephen King’s IT wastes no time getting off to a screaming start.
Arguably the best action movie of the 1990s is back in theaters.
Isn’t it just right in all ways that Steven Soderbergh is back with not just a new film, but a whole newly-designed delivery method for movies?
Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mark Boal do an exceptional job of putting viewers in the middle of this situation and piling on a heaping dose of uncomfortable.
After many years of rewrites, directors and producers, SONY Pictures finally delivers one of the biggest King adaptation disappointments, and that’s putting it mildly.
Not for everyone (maybe too much for many), but those of you who choose to see what real acting is…if you can stomach it…should watch this show with rapt attention.
A GHOST STORY doesn’t give a DAMN what you’re used to seeing on the movie screen.
Jody Lambert’s movie feels like an enjoyable throwback to the early days of Spielberg and Zemeckis, and even going as far back as Frank Capra.
WIND RIVER is one of the year’s best films and quickly shoots writer Taylor Sheridan to the top of the class.
The film feels as cold as INTERSTELLAR with not one character to genuinely care about.
The whole thing gets a little murky but fear not – the second half of this movie brings everything home quite spectacularly.
One of the more sober and dark summer films to hit the cinema in a long while. But it’s effective.
A virtual kaleidoscope, heavy on sights and sounds, but light on story and characters which tends to be the norm for many graphic novel adaptations.
Your friendly neighborhood Spider-Man is back, and it’s the most fun we’ve ever had with him.
Less Minions = More Steve Carell = Better movie.
It risks early and often, you’re either on board soon or in for a long movie.
“Hired Gun” gets just the right take on the working musician’s lifestyle from their testimonials and archive footage.
A return to form for the franchise, even if it’s not a return to the pre-2006 Pixar that hit a home run EVERY TIME they released a new movie.
It’s time to start paying attention to everything Joel Edgerton does.
The Superfriends were in need of a pick-me-up, and they get it with director Patty Jenkins and star Gal Gadot
When Tom Cruise was attached to this movie, I thought he might lift the whole unnecessary project, but just the opposite happened, the whole unnecessary project dragged him down.
I can more or less recommend it. So there you go, ringing endorsement.
Baywatch is more “CHiPs” than “21 Jump Street” and probably should’ve been released in January.
A more apt title for this retelling of the King Arthur story could be called “Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword”.
Doesn’t reach the same heights as “Trainwreck”, but they find the funny often enough for me.