The new standalone Star Wars tale endeavors to address key tenets of the human spirit with its focus on family and togetherness.
“American Made” is to U.S. history what “Dumbo” is to elephant poaching. It’s lies piled on libel, smearing the names of Ronald Reagan and even Bill Clinton.
How do we measure status and success? This funny, unsettling new Ben Stiller movie raises those uncomfortable questions. See it.
The message of Prosperity is: Businesses need to look at profits and MORE. Are they good stewards of the planet? Are they ethical toward workers and customers?
Home Again is an intermittently watchable but idiotic movie for when you’re laid up in bed or recuperating in a hospital—or slightly drunk.
The story depicts the author’s family’s poverty & desperation. But her father insisted he’d someday build his children a gorgeous new house made of glass.
“Wind River” proves that Jeremy Renner is simply one of the best actors now working. He is able to make this seemingly implausible role and some very clichéd dialogue into something gritty and real.
“Menashe” has something sorely lacking from the majority of mainstream movies: 3 dimensional characters, a plausible story and a wealth of soul.
“Atomic Blonde” covers the tumultuous weeks when Eastern Germany suddenly went from ghastly prison state to being open to the West. It’s also a lot of fun.
It’s propaganda, but there is more Elmer Gantry than Goebbels to it. Rev. Gore has delivered an End Times sermon, complete with charts and an altar call.