“Infinitely Polar Bear”

Zoe Saldana could write a book about life with her bipolar, manic depressive husband, Mark Ruffalo.


It’s just what we needed for a warm summer evening, a comic strip super hero with a sense of humor for a change.

“Mr. Holmes”

It may come as a shock to learn that Sherlock Holmes may never have actually said, “elementary my dear Watson”.


The title “Train Wreck” for the hilarious sex comedy making a star out of Amy Schumer, refers to Schumer’s self-destructive love life.

“The Gallows”

A wise man once said Hollywood studios will always make money by under-estimating a teenager’s taste in horror films.


You’ll be happy to know the rich and powerful will soon be able to trade in their old bodies for new, improved models.

“Magic Mike XXL”

Just suppose for a moment that someone made a movie glorifying the guys who gaze at exotic dancers all night? But I guess it’s okay to build…

“Me and Earl and the Dying Girl”

Just hearing the title “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl”, it’s obvious you’d better prepare for a deeply emotional experience.

“Ted 2”

Where would Hollywood be, without filling the summer with disappointing sequels?


Here’s the dope on that hilariously delightful coming of age satire that just happens to be called “Dope”

“Jurassic World”

Here’s to bigger and better and more ferocious Dinosaurs. And whenever the Pentagon requires a new secret weapon genetically modified hybrid…

“Love and Mercy”

You know something? If the Beach Boys musical genius Brian Wilson didn’t have severe emotional problems, there’d be no dramatic excitement t…

“Insidious Chapter 3”

It’s Insidious the way cheesy horror films keep creeping their way into the summer movie scene.


The search continues for Melissa McCarthy’s funniest big screen persona to match her glorious coming out party in “Bridesmaids”.


Something tells me that fans of the HBO comedy series “Entourage” will feel right at home with “Entourage” on the big screen.


I’m shocked! You can still find a warm and charming romantic drama even during this superhero season.

“Far From The Madding Crowd”

The story of the 21st century woman out of place in the 1800s has always made “Far From the Madding Crowd” so fascinating.


Anyone who is stupid enough to move into a house built over a cemetery, just might be misguided enough to want to see this pathetic new vers…