Movie Review: Lights OutLights Out is a simple movie in terms of running time (81 minutes) and budget ($5 million), but is an exciting horror movie that skips the gore for good old fashion frights with a PG 13 rating
Movie Review: Star Trek BeyondStar Trek Beyond is definitely a fun time in terms of summer movies, it just lacks the depth J.J. Abrams brought to the franchise in terms of story and characters.
Movie Review: GhostbustersThis new Ghostbusters is an entertaining update with all new bells and whistles that pays respect to its past while also creating its own distinct future moving forward.
Movie Review: The InfiltratorEven with some of the character development problems, the real show here is Cranston who does not disappoint giving the audience another stellar performance that makes up for some of The Infiltrator's minor missteps.
Movie Review: The Nice GuysCrowe and Gosling's acting performances and the retro feel of The Nice Guys makes you forget about a plot that suffers in the storytelling department at certain points.
Movie Review: The Angry Birds MovieThe Angry Birds Movie caters to a younger audience, but parents won't be too annoyed sitting through the 97 minute running time thanks to a voice cast that brings some harmless fun to a very simple story.
Movie Review | Neighbors 2: Sorority RisingNeighbors 2: Sorority Rising is a nice brain vacation, even if it lacks originality.
Movie Review: Green RoomIf you're looking for cinema gore and white knuckle suspense, Green Room will be exactly what you want in a movie. Just don't expect anything more.
Movie Review: KeanuLike most comedies, Keanu has a hard time getting to the finish line in the third act, but the work from Key and Peele accomplishes what it is supposed to do. It makes you laugh.
Movie Review: Elvis & NixonElvis & Nixon is only a few days in the life of these two popular figures, but the film is an oddball tale full of charm.
Movie Review | The Huntsman: Winter's WarThe Huntsman: Winter's War is definitely better than Snow White and the Huntsman, but that's not saying much.
Movie Review: DemolitionYou will repesct the performances of Jake Gyllenhaal, Chris Cooper and newcomer Judah Lewis, but Demolition is a hard movie to enjoy despite being unable to take your eyes off the sad story on-screen.