Please welcome the creepiest movie of the summer, or any summer. The new thriller, The Gift is here to totally creep you out.
Here comes another movie series reboot, the Chevy Chase generational classic, Vacation.
The new boxing drama, Southpaw is out this week with an all-star cast and a ton of buzz.
Lots of buzz about the new Amy Schumer written comedy, and Judd Apatow directed, Trainwreck.
Summer time means scary teen movies that are supposed to draw large dollars, and create repeat visits by patrons at the movies. This will do neither one.
Among all the big action and comedy flicks out this summer, there is a drama or two. A shame there isn't a better one.
The Terminator series has been cranked up again, and although it's harmless enough this is an expensive money grab. That's all.
Max is the new movie about a wonderful military dog named Max who is suffering from PTSD. This is a very original and good idea. Too bad the writers went ahead and messed the entire premise up.
Sequels are a tricky thing sometimes. And the new Seth MacFarlane sequel Ted 2, is suffering from just that.
Dope is an interesting new movie that takes us on a journey that we really haven't been on in a long time.
They're back! The man made Dino's in the new movie, and a direct sequel to the original Jurassic Park, it's the new Jurassic World with Chris Pratt.
Here comes another installment of the Insidious series, this would be number 3. A prequel.
Finally, a comedic movie from funny woman Melissa McCarthy that is different than the last few she's made. Spy is fun!
This time of the year big computer generated action flicks come a dime a dozen. San Andreas is another one of them, but so?