Top 10 Films of 2014 for Grownups from AARP Magazine
Girl Gone is a thriller that features the performance of Ben Affleck in an exploration of what can happen when a long term relationship goes to the Dark Side…
An exceptional performance by Jake Gyllenhaal brings the character of Lou Bloom to life in the creepy thriller, Nightcrawler.
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.
When I first saw the previews for Edge of Tomorrow starring Tom Cruise I thought, someone took Groundhog Day and crossed it with Aliens, the second film in Segourney Weaver film series. In many ways I was dead on, however, that doesn’t mean that it’s not a good combination.
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.
If a madman whispered something to you that let you know that he knew where your child was, but no one else heard it, and he was let loose; what would you do?
Oblivion is full of eye candy: the landscapes, the space pool, and of course Cruise. However, eye candy does not a movie make, which is something Cruise has forgotten along the way somewhere.
Gerard Butler is a wonderful hero taking on an entire cadre of bad guys in Olympus Has Fallen.
As the holiday season approaches and we gather around the fire and flat screen to watch timeless Christmas classics, The Saturday Evening Post presents the best holiday films – ever! How does this list stack up against your own?
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