Life” takes us on a wild survival ride, and always with an underlying sense of menace

“Beauty and the Beast”

There’s nothing more family friendly than embellishing a classic fairy tale with spectacular production values

“Before I Fall”

It’s a perplexing and frightening predicament that generates the excitement in the intriguing teenage melodrama “Before I Fall.”

“Kong: Skull Island”

Brie Larson’s one of the many familiar faces on a mysterious expedition to Kong’s habitat on Skull Island.

“A United Kingdom”

Seventy years ago the inter-racial marriage between a British woman and an African king threatened to tear the commonwealth apart.

“Bitter Harvest”

According to this more than slightly romanticized history lesson, a sensitive artist became the Ukraine’s greatest hero

“Get Out”

You know how nervous it makes a guy feel when he meets his girlfriend’s parents for the first time.

“A Cure For Wellness”

“A Cure For Wellness” is so over the top, you’ve got to admire its audacity

“Fifty Shades Darker”

America’s kinkiest billionaire polishes his chains for another round of romance in “Fifty Shades Darker.”


In this age of fast paced movies that hardly give you time to think, it’s such a pleasure to find “Paterson.”

“The Space Between Us”

No two teenagers were more meant for each other than the feisty misfit and the boy from Mars.

“The Comedian”

As “The Comedian,” Robert De Niro’s humor is inspired by his angry, embittered nature.

“Resident Evil: The Final Chapter”

I’m happy to say the generation that grew up watching the “Resident Evil” fantasy adventures will now have to find a new way to waste their …

“20th Century Women”

With so many fine films to choose from right now, make sure “20th Century Women” isn’t forgotten.

“The Founder”

Who would have thought that a middle-age milkshake machine salesman would be the visionary behind the McDonald’s fast food empire?


There’s something creepy about a guy with twenty three distinctly different personalities, all of them crazy.


Please, I urge you, don’t judge Jamie Foxx by his latest film, the ultra-violent, dimwitted action thriller “Sleepless.”