“Moneyball” is more than just about baseball, it’s about life.
Give others what they can use.
“The Descendants” is funny, poignant, and life-affirming eloquence.
R, 1h 56m – Horror, Thriller Opens Today On the way to the press screening for director Jordan Peele’s new film “Us,” I experienced a rare (for me) nose bleed. An appropriate foreshadowing for a horror movie! Like a nose bleed, a scary film can be surprising, uncomfortable, horrific (depending on how you got it)…
Nobody likes things half way Nine thirty PM is often the one time of day when my wife and I can at last focus on each other. The kids are an hour or so into their slumber, and she and I have finally put our phones down. It’s the time of day when I ask…
PG-13, 2h 4m – Action, Adventure, Sci-Fi Opens Today Starting with the Marvel Studios logo projecting images of the recently departed comic legend Stan Lee at the audience, “Captain Marvel” begins its journey with several winks and nods to the genre, essentially being a greatest hits package of the last ten plus years of the…
PG-13, 1h 40m – Horror, Mystery, Thriller Now Playing “Happy Death Day 2 U,” the sequel to 2017’s “Happy Death Day,” is a “Scream” meets “Back To the Future” meets “Groundhog Day” attempt at the slasher-genre, only not nearly as good as any of those films. In this film our heroine from the first movie,…
R, 1h 57m – Comedy, Fantasy, Romance Now Playing “What Men Want” has the same problem as its gender-flipped counterpart, “What Women Want,” in that neither of them really answer the question. I’m not completely sure they know what audiences want, either. In this new version, same as the old version, Ali Davis (Taraji P.…
The directors resonate in asking, “What makes a Hero?” Perhaps it’s knowing that you can’t save everyone.
Jon Ochiai reviews the movie and decides that while The Favourite is a great movie, it’s not his favorite.
‘If Beale Street Could Talk’ is as much a love story as it is a tale of what’s not to love about America.
A movie about fathers and sons, one that asks the eternal question “What are you fighting for?”
From earthbound storytelling to the wondrous unknown of space.
Boy Erased is about the freedom to be who you are: Accepting what you can change and what you can’t.
Rami astounds as Freddie Mercury, in his journey to be himself.
Predictably, “War Dogs” is a cautionary tale.