If you’re thinking that “Hell or High Water” is just another mindless good ole boys on a bank robbery spree, you’re in for a pleasant surpri…
“War Dogs” tells the cynical true story of an unscrupulous arms dealer a few years ago.
If you’re going to remake one of Hollywood’s most honored films, at least make certain the new one is something special.
Operation “Anthropoid” remains one of the great mysteries of World War II.
I can’t remember the uncertainties of coming-of-age ever reaching the screen with more insight and more power than “Indignation.”
It’s only right that a thriller about teenagers using their smart phones to live dangerously should be called “Nerve”
I’m afraid those misguided millennial movie-goers are attracted to another Lemon.
Take my word, films depicting family togetherness can’t possibly warm your heart more deeply than “Captain Fantastic.”
“Café Society” is a trip back in time to Hollywood’s golden age of the 1930s, when a naïve young man from Brooklyn came of age.
The latest Matt Damon adventure depends more on high speed daredevil- driving than on a well-crafted, satisfying story.
Sometimes it’s better for your nervous system to run up a sizable electric bill.
Melissa McCarthy, Kristen Wiig and those other equal opportunity “Ghostbusters” make the after-life miserable.
Prepare yourself for a true life undercover thriller that will take your breath away.
Once you get the gist of the title, “Mike & Dave Need Wedding Dates”, this racy, raunchy, rollicking sex comedy leaves nothing to the imagin…
Since the collapse of the Cold War, John LeCarre espionage thrillers have turned from Soviet spying to the business of the Russian Mafia.
It’s the unmistakable law of the jungle. Cinematic villains often outshine the bland heroes.
All those dreadful things moviegoers say about sequels just happen to be true.
Just when Blake Lively thought it was safe to go surfboarding, along comes “The Shallows,” the most intense shark thriller since “Jaws.”
You’d think that by this time, movie magic would help convey the essence of what it is to be a “Genius”.
It seems not all white Southerners supported the Confederacy during the Civil War.