“The Boss”

If it’s true that you’re only as good as your last role, Melissa McCarthy had better plan to start from scratch after bombing as “The Boss”,…

“I Saw the Light”

There’s something unnerving about the way English actor Tom Hiddleston throws himself body and soul into the role of America’s tragic trouba…

“Eye in the Sky”

Just suppose you could sent a missile into a terrorist’s hideout thousands of miles away, but not necessarily with a clear conscience.

“Hello, My Name Is Doris”

No one’s going to let a few wrinkles come between Sally Field and her devoted fans of a certain age.

“The Bronze”

Thank goodness for something original for a change. A very dark comedy exploring the gloomy side of success.

“The Divergent Series: Allegiant”

I’m assuming that by now even the most gullible Millennials are fed up with the spoon fed “Divergent” garbage cluttering movie screens.

“The Perfect Match”

So far there’s no cure for that not-so-rare romantic condition known as commitment phobia.

“The Other Side of the Door”

The last thing a horror film should make you do, is to instantly recall where you’ve seen the same story done much better.

“London Has Fallen”

In this dangerous age of terrorism, the President deserves much better protection than he’s been getting from the Secret Service.

“Whiskey Tango Foxtrot”

Being a TV reporter in war-torn Afghanistan turns into quite a learning experience for rookie Tina Fey in “Whiskey Tango Foxtrot.”

“Triple 9”

Battling the Russian Mafia is a hard boiled day to day struggle, made even more difficult when some of Atlanta’s finest are tied in with the…

“Race”

Who can explain why the Inspiring story of Jesse Owens winning Olympic gold in Nazi Germany took so many years before reaching the screen?

“The Lady in the Van”

There’s no disputing that Maggie Smith is unquestionably England’s greatest gift to the art of character acting.

“The Witch”

For someone whose not really all that crazy about horror films, how come “The Witch” provided me with such a creepy experience?

“How To Be Single”

Since commitment is much too serious a subject during happy hour, Millennials would much rather learn the rules of “How to be Single”.

“Pride and Prejudice and Zombies”

As Jane Austin rolls over in her grave, she’s obviously asking, ‘what are those Zombies doing in my “Pride and Prejudice”?’

“The Choice”

By now we know that Nicholas Sparks’ tearjerkers are always good for at least one emotional twitch.

“Hail, Caesar!”

Even if you’re unfamiliar with the Hollywood studio system of the 1950s, the Coen brothers’ “Hail, Caesar!” will still charm and delight you…