Papillon (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2018)
This autobiographical film follows the journey of Henri "Papillon" Charrière (play by Charlie Hunnam), a safecracker falsely accused of murder who tries to escape after he is sentenced to life in jail in a penal colony on Devil's island.
BlacKkKlansman (Movie Reviews, Last Update Feb 2019)
Based on a true story, an African-American police officer named Ron Stallworth (played by John David Washington) attempts to infiltrate the Colorado chapter of the Ku Klux Klan, with some help from a white colleague (Adam Driver).
Operation Finale
Operation Finale (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
It is 15 years after World War II, yet the horrors of the holocaust still loom large in the memories of the Jewish people. So a group of secret agents are assigned to follow a lead on the whereabouts of Adolf Eichmann (played by Ben Kingsley), the mastermind behind the Final Solution, and bring him to justice for his role in the Nazi genocide.
Smallfoot (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
Although most of his fellows think he is crazy, a Yeti really believe the mystical creatures called "humans" are real.
Night School
Night School (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2019)
Repenting for past life mistakes, a group of adults (Kevin Hart is lead among them) enroll in night school to help them prepare to take the GED exam. But the teacher (Tiffany Haddish) and the curriculum are so tough, the students begin considering other, less-ethical ways to get a passing grade on the test.
Little Women (2018)
Little Women (2018) (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
Louisa May Alcott's classic story gets an update in this film version of her novel. Watch as these little women Meg, Jo, Beth, and Amy (Melanie Stone, Sarah Davenport, Allie Jennings, Taylor Murphy), chase their dreams as they grow through the ups, down, triumphs and tragedies of life, while hanging onto their relationship as sisters.
Hell Fest
Hell Fest (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2019)
The scariest ride of all. What happens when a serial killer decides to use a horror themed amusement park as the setting for a murderous rampage? Lots of blood and gore as this slasher flick sends a costumed killer out on Halloween night. Guests at the park assume the bodies are part of the show...until death comes for them.
Eighth Grade
Eighth Grade (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2018)
Elsie Fisher plays Kayla, an quiet, self-conscious teenager attempting to endure her last week in the eighth grade.
The House with a Clock in its Walls
The House with a Clock in its Walls (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
Ten-year-old orphan Lewis Barnavelt comes to live with his uncle in a house with a ticking clock in its walls. Witches, warlocks, the waking dead, and a plot to destroy the world make the boy's life much more exciting - and dangerous - than he expected.
Fahrenheit 11/9
Fahrenheit 11/9 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
Michael Moore directs an editorial documentary that takes a comedic stab at the Donald Trump administration. Nationalism, immigration, racism - all get the Michael Moore treatment.
Life Itself (2018)
Life Itself (2018) (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
Olivia Wilde and Oscar Isaac star in this romantic comedy drama. One random moment starts a chain of events that brings them together. Love and life follow in this sprawling story of a family that spans continents and generations.
Unbroken: Path to Redemption
Unbroken: Path to Redemption (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
After enduring the horrors of a WWII in a Japanese prisoners' camp, Louis Zamperini (Samuel Hunt) returns home -- but he is not as whole as he would like to pretend. Picking up where the movie Unbroken ended, this film recounts the true story of how the damaged, former Olympic runner was healed by forgiveness, redemption, and amazing grace.
The Predator (2018)
The Predator (2018) (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
A dangerous group of extraterrestrial hunters return to the Earth -- after they have had time to evolve and become even more deadly to humans. Hoping to put a halt to their extermination plans is a ragtag group of scruffy soldiers and a couple of civilians.
A Simple Favor
A Simple Favor (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
After Stephanie (Anna Kendrick),an ordinary housewife and mommy blogger, meets the extraordinary and sophisticated Emily (Blake Lively), she can't help trying to be like her. Although their friendship is mostly superficial, Stephanie feels compelled to help Emily any way she can - especially after the mysterious woman goes missing.
God Bless the Broken Road
God Bless the Broken Road (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
Military widow Amber Hill walks "the broken road" of grief as she tries to raise her daughter alone. Where will she find help and hope to light her way?