This time of the year big computer generated action flicks come a dime a dozen. San Andreas is another one of them, but so?
The new Cameron Crowe written and directed romantic movie, Aloha has every too it needs to be really something special. Sadly, it's not.
The new George Clooney and Disney flick Tomorrowland is here. Could be the yawner of the year so far.
The original Pitch Perfect was a big surprise hit, but it can't hold a candle to Pitch Perfect 2 that raked in 70 million dollars in weekend one. More that the original brought in in its entire run.
The Mad Max series has been rebooted and it's going to be a gigantic success, without question.
Here comes the the big summer movies, and here comes the dog of the year. Reece Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara star in Hot Pursuit.
Here comes the next Avengers movie, The Age Of Ultron checking in at 141 minutes so you better budget some time to get through this one.
Now here's a good example of a movie that the critics are going to love, and the audience is going to be like..ehh. The new Ben Stiller Indy comedy, While We're Young.
Finally, a real interesting movie that people can bite into and enjoy this early spring. Blake Lively leads a nice cast in The Age Of Adaline.
Here comes a nice piece of history, told in this true story of an important event. It's simply a shame this is not a better movie.
This is a movie in limited release that every movie goer should see. Al Pacino leads an all-star cast in the new half-truth fable, Danny Collins.
I have to hand it to Unfriended in one regard, you have never seen a movie like it.
Here is a little review for a little movie. But for what this is, It Follows is a pretty darn good flick.
Tough to go to a movie these days where there's not a number at the end. So here we go again, Kevin James is back as Paul Blart Mall Cop 2.