Molly’s Game
Molly’s Game (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2018)
Molly Bloom (Jessica Chasten) runs an exclusive poker game that only the very richest can afford. But it looks like the private enterprise may cost her everything when the FBI discover the Russian mob is also at her table. This movie is based on a true story.
Roman J. Israel, Esq.
Roman J. Israel, Esq. (Movie Reviews, Last Update Feb 2018)
Denzel Washington plays Roman J. Israel Esq., an idealistic (and stubborn) defense attorney who is trapped in the past. When unforeseen changes force him to move on with the times, he struggles to hang onto his ethics while also trying to grasp much-needed financial opportunities.
Flatliners (1990)
Flatliners (1990) (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2017)
When five medical students decide to experiment with "near death" experiences, they don't just flatline -- they also have heart-stopping experiences in the afterlife. This movie stars Kiefer Sutherland, Julia Roberts, William Baldwin, Oliver Platt, and Kevin Bacon.
Mully (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2018)
The life of Charles Mully is a real rags-to-riches tale. This documentary, dramatizes his impoverished childhood (where he is played by Lucky Hassan) and follows his rise to wealth. Using interviews and video footage, the film goes on to show his remarkable decision to quit his job and spend his time helping orphaned children in his Kenyan homeland.
The Breadwinner
The Breadwinner (Movie Reviews, Last Update Mar 2018)
Struggling to survive in Afghanistan under the Taliban, an eleven-year-old girl (voice of Saara Chaudry) makes a desperate decision. With no way to help as a female, Parvana cuts her hair and dresses like a boy, so she can find food for her starving family. This animation is based on a children's novel of by Deborah Ellis.
Holmes and Watson
Holmes and Watson (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2018)
Venom (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2017)
Sicario 2: Soldado
Sicario 2: Soldado (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2017)
Paul: Apostle of Christ
Paul: Apostle of Christ (Movie Reviews, Last Update Mar 2018)
The life of Jesus Christ's apostle Paul, formerly the Christian persecutor Saul, is brought to life in this dramatization of the New Testament. Held in prison while awaiting execution, the soul of the religious man (played by James Faulkner) wrestles to know if his present life has made up for his past sins.
Blade Runner
Blade Runner (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2017)
Harrison Ford plays Rick Deckard, a blade runner (aka bounty hunter). In the dark and dirty world of Los Angeles in 2019, he is on the trail of four replicants (artificial human lifeforms) who are tying to find their creator.
Daddy’s Home 2
Daddy’s Home 2 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Feb 2018)
Step-dad Brad Whitaker (Will Ferrell) is in for a not-so-jolly time this Christmas. Not only is wife’s ex-husband (Mark Wahlberg) home for the holidays, but so is his tough-guy father Kurt (Mel Gibson). And if that's not enough, making appearances as well are Brad's own mellow dad (John Lithgow) and another father-by-marriage (John Cena).
A Bad Moms Christmas
A Bad Moms Christmas (Movie Reviews, Last Update Feb 2018)
In this sequel, the Bad Moms ( Mila Kunis, Kristen Bell, Kathryn Hahn) rebel against holiday preparations, which are even more stressful this year because their own mothers (Cheryl Hines, Christine Baranski, Susan Sarandon) are coming to visit.
Thank You For Your Service
Thank You For Your Service (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2018)
You can take the soldier out of the war, but can you take the war out of the soldier? This is a question a group of US servicemen face when they return from Iraq and attempt to take their place a home and in civilian life again.
Jigsaw (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jan 2018)
Just when investigators believed the threats were over from the notorious killer Jigsaw (the man behind the terror featured in the Saw franchise), a new string of brutal murders occur. Is this a case of copy-cat crime or has the presumed-dead Jigsaw (Tobin Bell) returned?
Suburbicon (Movie Reviews, Last Update Feb 2018)
Matt Damon plays a husband and father living in 1950s suburbia. But what looks like a quiet domestic set-up is actually a facade hiding mob dealings and desperate murders. George Clooney directs this script, which is written by Joel and Ethan Coen.