At the Movies
Underworld: Blood Wars Kate Beckinsale is back in her fifth outing playing ferocious vampire warrior Selene in Underworld: Blood Wars.
Why Him? R-rated comedies have a well-deserved reputation for foul language and bizarrely gross situations.
We humans are pack critters. Without our pack we do not do well. We get lonesome and bored and by and by we get crazy.
At The Movies
All the familiar elements of our favorite “Star Wars” movies return in what some might say feels more repetitive than original. Fair enough.
We all love a well-done space alien movie. This one has Quebec-born director Denis Villeneuve at the helm.
Warren Beatty has had one of the stellar careers in 20th century American cinema.
Harry Potter does not appear in this film of magic and mayhem. His birth happens some 70 years after the events shown in “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them.”
Ohhh Emmmm Geee. “Dr. Strange” easily takes the cake as the visually spectacular movie of the year. This one you may want to see in 3-D. The movie guys went all out.
We see lots of movies with great derring-do, but rarely do we see a movie that actually depicts the true-life heroism of an actual American hero.
Actor and movie star Tom Hanks hits the threes twice this week. He stars in the third in a series of movies taken from the pages of Dan Brown’s very popular books in the Da Vinci Code series.