The 33rd Toho Godzilla movie ‘Godzilla Minus One’ is everything I didn’t know I wanted in a Godzilla movie.
Disney’s latest animated effort “Wish” is a celebration of the studio’s 100 years of existence.
The heart of the movie is the fellowship that builds between the oddest of participants.
If I didn’t know better after watching the film, I’d figure it was the latest superhero parody and would be wondering how it escaped a straight-to-streaming release.
After eight years away from the big screen, Meg Ryan returns as the director, star and co-writer of a film shot at XNA in Northwest Arkansas.
Halloween is almost upon us and cable TV and streamers are filled with tons of spooky and scary movies to set the right mood for the season.
The film is gorgeously shot, capturing both the sweeping grandeur of the Oklahoma plains as well as the aching desperation of the characters.
The debut of Taylor Swift’s concert film certainly frightened off all the new competition in theaters.
The film tells the triumphant tale of how thousands of small-capital investors joined forces to stick it to “the man” by investing in GameStop.
The film is a feast for the eyes and one of the best movie-going experiences of the year. The movie’s heart lifts it while exploring some prickly subjects.
Late August through early October usually is a fairly fallow period for movie-goers.
The third time is the charm for director/actor Kenneth Branagh in his latest film featuring the Agatha Christie sleuth Hercule Poirot.
September is an odd month for film-goers, so it’s a decent time to take a look ahead at some of the movies that will be opening in theaters during the fourth quarter.
The film is slick and fast and brutal, and at times humorous and touching. If its repetitive nature doesn’t bother you, the film will likely entertain you in the moment.
The movie is deftly shot with surprisingly few digital effects, which really pays off. The drone shots put you in the action, which is quite compelling.