A fine alternative if you’re tired of bears, both grizzlies and pandas.
What makes this film a notch above other cookie-cutter Sparks adaptations is a strong cast
“Hail, Caesar!” is rich with witty dialogue involving thick-headed actors and sophisticated directors
Portions of the film play like a straight-up thriller, others like a scene taken directly from the video game “Grand Theft Auto.”
Writer/director Justin D. Chambers has released an advance trailer for his upcoming film, “American Bred,” which will debut in March at the D.C. International Film Festival
Dreamworks Animation is re-releasing the first two “Kung Fu Panda” films with over 80 minutes of new bonus content…
Technically the film is top notch. The special effects are well done and the various period pieces take you back to a time…
“The Peanuts Movie” Arrives on Digital HD February 12, Collector’s Edition Blu-ray & DVD March 8, 2016
And for a limited time, get a Snoopy Flying Ace plush toy with THE PEANUTS MOVIE DVD, Blu-ray™ and Digital HD combo pack on March 8 making it the perfect gift for Easter baskets.
Tommy Wiseau talks about “The Room” Rifftrax Live, James Franco in “The Disaster Artist” and his Hulu series “The Neighbors”
Director, producer, writer and star of the cult classic film “The Room
“I Am Thor” is more than just your basic rise, fall and rise again type of documentary.
The following plea is for Chloe Grace Moretz: “PLEASE FIND A NEW AGENT!”
Visually, “Anomalisa” draws you in with its 3D puppets populating the world
It was great to see classic characters such as Ali Gator, Messy Tessy and of course my personal favorite Windy Winston.
“Ride Along 2” isn’t insultingly bad, but it’s biggest problem is that it’s indolent
Just one year after taking home the awards for Best Picture and Best Director for his film, “Birdman,” Alejandro G. Inarittu finds himself back in the race as his new film, “The Revenant,”
“13 Hours” ranks with “Platoon” as a true depiction of what war really is
Thank you to all of the fans who either posted their choices or emailed them in. Another great response from our great readers. For the first time we had a category with a tie.
Now that the calendar has turned over to 2016, some of our critics decided to compile their annual “Best of/Worse of” lists of the films of 2015.
This is, in my opinion, the best film of 2015
Iconic director Tarantino brought new film, The Hateful Eight, out Roadshow-style for Christmas. He joined his cast (including Kurt Russell, Jennifer Jason Leigh, Tim Roth & Bruce Dern) to discuss the film in NYC prior to its release.
All in all, when the kids are disappointed that “Star Wars” is sold out, you can have a little fun with them here
Built on a solid performance by Will Smith
Dumb is the only word I would use to describe 2015’s “Point Break”.
On one hand, “Youth” is an audio, visual, and acting triumph, but on the other hand, “Youth” is a curious dud.
The highlight of “Joy” is watching Lawrence at work
Over-the-top bloody…so be prepared for an adult evening out. And an entertaining one.
Make an investment in “The Big Short”…it’s a sure thing!
Kansas City Film Critics Name “Mad Max: Fury Road” the Best Film of 2015 During Presentation of 50th Annual James Loutzenhiser Awards
Mad Max: Fury Road was chosen as the Best Film of 2015 by The Kansas City Film Critics Circle, the 2nd oldest critics group in the country.
Winners will be voted on and the results released this Sunday, December 20th.
As the most anticipated film release that I can remember in some time, “The Force Awakens” has some big shoes to fill. And fill them it does.
“In the Heart of the Sea” finds entertainment when it relies on the strength of its actors and captures the feeling of isolation amongst the crisp, calm sea.
“Victor Frankenstein”…is out before the holidays to bore audiences instead of terrifying them.
LOVE is a sexual melodrama about a boy and a girl and another girl. It’s a love story, which celebrates sex in a joyous way.
Whether you look at it as a continuation of the “Rocky” saga or take it in as a stand-alone film, “Creed” is a crowd pleaser!
From the PIXAR division of Disney, “The Good Dinosaur” is a visual treat for the eyes
As the holiday season ascends upon us, I hope you find the time to take a trip through “The Looking Glass.” You will be entertained by what you find.
The director, screenwriter and stars including Blanchett, Mara, Kyle Chandler, Sarah Paulson and Jake Lacy spoke at their NY Press Conference
A beautifully crafted romantic drama from Todd Haynes (of 2002’s lauded Far From Heaven). Haynes once again showcases the 1950s as the backdrop for simmering social tensions and stellar work from his lead actresses.
“Hunger Games” is another instance where the story would have been much better off as one impactful final movie than two alright flicks.
Put it all together and “Spotlight” is one of the year’s best films!
“The Night Before” spikes the eggnog and laces the mistletoe with hallucinogens, but it accomplishes that rare Christmas miracle, of making my Grinch heart grow three sizes
“Love the Coopers” is full of incomplete characters and so many cliché’s stolen from other holiday films
Based on true events, and well balanced, the story of “The 33” may be a surprise to many who only know the basics of the event
Emotionally exhausting, “Room” is a film that you will continue to think of long after you’ve left the theatre
An impassioned Bettany offered insight on his directorial debut and on the homeless crisis facing New York City where the film is set.
“My All American” has the heart and soul we’ve seen in other sports movie, but it doesn’t deliver it in an entertaining or touching fashion
Director Mendes, who helmed the amazing “Skyfall,” keeps the action coming as Bond travels all over the world in his quest for satisfaction
Five decades of memories are treated with the respect they deserve in the new film “The Peanuts Movie.”
Well known fiery chef Gordon Ramsay served as an executive producer on the film so I have no doubt Cooper based his performance on him, one that is strong but not over the top.
For every hilarious scene “Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse” conjures up, there’s at least two or three that don’t even nip at the funny bone.
I’m tempted to say this movie blows and leave it at that…
Danny Boyle has delivered not the complete biography Jobs, but an energetic strong impression of the man behind the curtain. And the iPod.
For those hoping to relive their Generation X childhood or be reminded of those Saturday morning cartoon watching days in the late 1980’s, you’ll be disappointed.
Future “The 5th Wave” star Robinson played teenager Zach in the dinosaur blockbuster now out on Blu-ray.
This DVD set features all 107 complete, unedited, digitally remastered episodes from the show’s three seasons.
More beautiful than terrifying, Crimson Peak is a sumptuous Gothic romance that throws viewers neck deep into a storybook world from Guillermo Del Toro and features a positively ferocious Jessica Chastain.
Whatever your politics, this is an often compelling film that is driven by another strong performance from Cate Blanchett.
“Bridge of Spies” has thrown down the first gauntlet in the season’s Oscar race
The talented actor on his fifth feature collaboration with Guillermo Del Toro and the Halloween classic.
My favorite part of this film arriving on Blu-ray this year is that I am able to now introduce it to my 3 1/2 year old daughter
“99 Homes” is the best performance I’ve ever seen from Garfield and it’s equally matched by Shannon
Full of amazing effects and riding a fine, over-the-top performance by Hugh Jackman, “Pan” is sure to be a hit with the 12-14 crowd
Director of “Bachelorette”, Writer of “About Last Night” remake
“Sleeping with Other People” is a sometimes raunchy comedy that occasionally tries too hard to shock
“Sicario” takes hold of that trepidation in the pit of your stomach and doesn’t let go
The Martian is a massively satisfying sci-fi film on every level that’s anchored by a standout performance from Matt Damon.
Held on Friday, October 23, 2015 in Omaha, Nebraska. The screening will begin at 7:00 p.m.
The 3D walk is worth price of admission though the rest of the film is considerably less exciting than the Oscar-winning documentary on the same event.
With the holidays coming up quick everyone is looking to save a buck. The holidays are my favorite time of the year. It is also when the coolest and most high profile items are released ranging from video games to movies to toys. And where is everyone shopping these days? Personally, I do all my […]
With a summer of dinosaurs, Minions and super heroes behind us, you might feel like you need a little laughter to start the fall. You can’t go wrong here.
A must for any fan of “Mickey Mouse Clubhouse” and Halloween.
“Everest” is an expensive and star studded TV movie, but that’s not entirely a bad thing
Fast moving and full of great performances, “Black Mass” is a welcome return to the big screen of the Johnny Depp we admired 20 years ago!
If you are a hardcore Beach Boys fan, check it out for sure
A straightforward tribute to 80s/90s adventure movies
“The Visit” has perfectly blended comedy and horror
I just love how this show was developed over the years and never ceases to include non-stop laughs as well as very intense drama.
A romantic film but it has this magical quality about it that really interested me throughout
The Complete Tenth Season contains all 23 episodes from Season Ten and is also packed with over four hours of bonus content.
Everyone from The Riddler to The Joker are getting their origin story here by the end of the season and that is when I fell in love with this show
There is just enough newness in the sound and style of “Natural Causes” to not only peak older fans interest but also draw in new listeners as well.
Brutally violent, “No Escape” keeps you on the edge of your seat
The ups and downs, like the music our main characters plays, are tolerable or repulsive, depending on your age.
This season is a big one for the show those since it is the final season with Nina Dobrev
I am not sure if I plan to continue watching “The Originals”, this season didn’t really win me over
For being an alleged action movie, “Hitman: Agent 47” is about as entertaining as watching someone who’s watching someone play a videogame
“Once Upon a Time” is a show that has been better with each season
A devilishly fun ride! A must for any genre fan!
An outstanding achievement, putting it on my short list of the year’s best films.
A straight-forward action film that owes its look to James Bond
“Adventure Time” continues to be one of my favorite shows on Cartoon Network.
This show has been developed so well over its run and in it’s fourth season it is the best that it has been to date.
Even running less than 90 minutes, this film is painful to watch
Props to both Franco and Hill for taking the drama route. They definitely nail it.
Even though the film is not great, the Blu-ray is very impressive
I can easily watch this shorts over and over.
My daughter has not stopped singing “Evil Like Me” since watching it. Highly recommended for Disney families.
“Fantastic Four” is mercilessly thick with exposition without giving the viewer a reward for their investment into the plot