If you like food… love stories… stories about family …. then the 100 Foot Journey is a film you won’t want to miss.
I found Interstellar to be an absolutely fascinating film. The science in it was remarkable. Interstellar made me think a lot of Contact by Carl Sagan, it had a very similar temperment about the storyline.
A review of Keanu Reeves 2014 film, John Wick, a first person shooter turned blockbuster film.
If you thought the rebooted Planet of the Apes franchise was pretty incredible, you’re going to be blown away by the most recent offering. The opening scene of the film catches your attention, and the director never lets you go.
There is no magic in theater during Magic in the Moonlight, the latest offering from Woody Allen. Although I’m a huge Colin Firth fan, as well as a fan of Emma Stone, both of them should have skipped this project. It was forgettable and anything but magical.
Lucy is an action packed movie about a drug deal gone bad. The drug deal wasn’t the only thing headed that direction.
Is a man worth more than his words, a woman worth more than her pictures?
Words and Pictures is a romantic comedy with a bittersweet edge.
Take an enjoyable ride through the Marvel world of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
Godzilla became popular in the mid-fifties and sixties, when fear of the atom bomb and what it could do was high on the minds of the public.
Transcendence had some fascinating concepts and raised some very intriguing issues related to what can be done versus what could or shouldn’t be done.
Does the emperor have clothes? Not in this terrible film by Jonathan Glazer.
Muppets Most Wanted starts up exactly where the last one left off and in usual Muppet fashion, opens with a big, fun opening musical number about being a sequel which is guaranteed to have you laughing right from the start.
Tom Hanks and Emma Thompson team up to give us the back story on how Walt Disney finally managed to bring the story of Mary Poppins to millions of adoring fans in Saving Mr. Banks.
The Wolf of Wall Street is a Martin Scorcese film that is based on the life of Jordan Belfort, a Wall Street stockbroker who was known for excess in all forms, and the movie focuses on the excess to the detriment of the story.