A lull has hit local theaters the past couple of weeks, but there are good things coming for those of us who must wait.
I expected very little when I plopped down to watch London Has Fallen, but the action film starring Gerard Butler, Morgan Freeman and Aaron Eckhart was better than I expected.
The difficulty in crafting a piece of entertainment featuring characters as well known and popular as Superman, Batman and Wonder Woman is that it’s hard to measure up to each individual’s ideal view of the characters.
Easter is on its way, but it’s already arrived at local movie theaters with a number of faith-based movies.
John Goodman is stunningly affective, playing against his good-natured type in this taut, suspenseful sci-fi/horror flick that should turn out to be a crowd pleaser.
Along with showing rigors of reporting on war, the movie addresses the sexism engrained both in the Middle Eastern culture and in journalism.
Our not-so-enlightened guesses of what might go down in the major categories Sunday night when the Academy Awards air on ABC.
Despite my reservations and the movie’s 45-percent fresh rating on Rotten Tomatoes, I acquiesced and saw How to Be Single. And I liked it.
In case you didn’t know, it’s the year of the super hero as far as movies are concerned.
Hail Caesar / Screen capture, YouTube To borrow a phrase, a Coen Brothers movie is like a box of chocolates; you never know what you’re going to get, but with rare exceptions, it’s pretty tasty. Their latest film, Hail, Caesar!, is a satiric romp couched as an old timey film noir, the kind Hitchcock might
Film reviews and a list of what’s opening in local theaters this weekend.
Three recent films based on true events stand out at theaters for breaking down complex stories in compelling if not entertaining fashion.
Two quick movie reviews and a look at what’s new in local theaters this week.