Great Mother’s Day Movies - Part 1 (News and Views, Last Update May 2018)
Great Mother’s Day Movies - Part 2 (News and Views, Last Update May 2018)
Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House
Mark Felt: The Man Who Brought Down the White House (Movie Reviews, Last Update Apr 2018)
Based on a true story, FBI Associate Director Mark Felt (Liam Neeson) decides to leak information to reporters when the White House tries to shut down the Bureau’s investigation into the Watergate scandal.
The Hustle
The Hustle (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2018)
When a couple of con artists (Anne Hathaway, Rebel Wilson) discover they are competing over the same easy marks in the same territory, the two engage in a contest to see which can out con the other.
Pope Francis - A Man of His Word
Pope Francis - A Man of His Word (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
Rather than a biographical documentary, director Wim Wenders invites viewers to journey with Pope Francis, and discover the messages he shares with the world as the leader of the Catholic Church. (Some of the film is subtitled.)
The Dangerous Dare of Suicide Themes in Entertainment (News and Views, Last Update Apr 2018)
The Meg
The Meg (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2018)
Jason Statham takes on a different kind of villain than found in his usual action movies. In this tale, a mega-shark is attacking a deep-sea research station... and anything else foolish enough to go into the water.
Dog Days
Dog Days (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
Amongst the residents of Los Angles are a group of people whose lives become entangled because of their shared love of dogs. This movie stars Nina Dobrev, Lauren Lapkus, Vanessa Hudgens and Eva Longoria-- plus a few cute canines.
A.X.L.
A.X.L. (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2019)
When Miles (Alex Neustaedter) accidentally stumbles upon a robotic dog, he befriends the mechanical canine even though he knows that someone from the military will likely come looking for the high-tech creature.
Searching
Searching (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2018)
When his 16-year-old daughter (Sara Sohn) doesn't return after pulling an all-nighter with her school study group, David Kim (John Cho) reports her missing. To help the investigating detective (Debra Messing), David begins searching his daughter's laptop computer for clues. What he finds brings him little comfort or hope.
Mile 22
Mile 22 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Nov 2018)
Mark Wahlberg stars as an American agent tasked with helping a dubious informant (Iko Uwais) flee the country. Even with the help of an elite tactical team, the mission faces serious and deadly obstacles as they try to transport the man to a pick-up spot 22 miles away.
The Spy Who Dumped Me
The Spy Who Dumped Me (Movie Reviews, Last Update Dec 2018)
Audrey (Mila Kunis) has no idea why she has suddenly become the target of some dangerous and nasty people, until she discovers her former boyfriend was a spy. Now she and her friend Morgan (Kate McKinnon) find themselves running for their lives.
The Darkest Minds
The Darkest Minds (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2018)
When children suddenly develop mysterious powers, the adult world attempts to suppress them. So a group of teens use their unusual gifts to rebel against the system and take control of their future.
Teen Titans Go! To The Movies
Teen Titans Go! To The Movies (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2018)
Tired of all the famous superheroes hogging the spotlight, the Teen Titans decide to head to Hollywood and get some recognition. But a funny thing happens along the way, and the wannabes find themselves having to handle a nasty villain determined to gain world domination.
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again
Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2018)
In this sequel to Mamma Mia!, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried) finds herself torn between honoring the dreams of her mother (Donna played by Meryl Streep) and her those of her partner (Sky played by Dominic Cooper). Meanwhile, a parallel story follows the young Donna (played by Lily James), and shows her relationships with the three men (Jeremy Irvine, Josh Dylan, Hugh Skinner) who Sophie now calls her Dads (Pierce Brosnan, Stellan Skarsgård, Colin Firth).