Professor Marston & the Wonder Women
Professor Marston & the Wonder Women (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2017)
William Moulton Marston (played by Luke Evans) was a psychology professor who created Wonder Woman. This movie explores his personal life and how the source of his inspiration for comic book character came from the secret and unconventional relationship between himself, his wife (Rebecca Hall) and his mistress (Bella Heathcote).
Goodbye Christopher Robin
Goodbye Christopher Robin (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2017)
Winnie the Pooh may be a household name, but the lives of the young boy who named the lovable teddy bear and the man who penned his tales, are not as familiar. This movie tells the true story of Christopher Robin (Will Tilston/ Alex Lather) and AA Milne (Domhnall Gleeson), exposing the sadder side of the fame that came from the classic children's stories.
The Foreigner
The Foreigner (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2017)
Quan (Jackie Chan) may look like an insignificant immigrant, but when his teenaged daughter is killed by a bomb, skills learned in his past life come back as he attempts to find the terrorists behind the explosion. But the vengeful father runs into interference from a British government agent (Pierce Brosnan) who has his own secrets.
Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween
Tyler Perry’s Boo 2! A Madea Halloween (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2017)
Tyler Perry don's his female persona Madea in this Halloween sequel. With Bam and Hattie (Cassi Davis and Patrice Lovely) in tow, the trio take on the supernatural creatures of a haunted campground. But its anyone's guess whether the human or inhuman group is the most frightening.
Victoria & Abdul
Victoria & Abdul (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2017)
In her later years, Queen Victoria (played by Judi Dench) became very friendly and motherly with Abdul Karim (Ali Fazal), a young man sent from India to serve in the royal household. This movie dramatizes their relationship and the kerffuffle caused by the monarch's preferential treatment of the dark-skinned foreigner.
Brad’s Status
Brad’s Status (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2017)
Brad Sloan (Ben Stiller) takes his son (Austin Abrams) on a tour of colleges the 18-year-old could possibly attend next year. The trip causes the father to reflect on his own life, questioning his past choices and regretting his present status. Although he is supposed to be thinking about the boy's future, he can't help also pondering his own.
Marshall
Marshall (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2017)
When a black man (Sterling K. Brown) is wrongfully accused by a white woman, a black lawyer named Thurgood Marshall (played by Chadwick Boseman) steps in to defend him. This movie is based on a true story, and is one of the cases that propelled Marshall to his historic role as a civil rights activist.
Stronger
Stronger (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2017)
Based on a true story, Stronger follows the life of Jeff Bauman (played by Jake Gyllenhaal), who was a victim of the 2013 Boston Marathon bombing. Yet with help from friends and family, he finds reason to hope in the face of great tragedy.
10 Best Teacher Movies for Back-to-school Time (News and Views, Last Update Oct 2017)
Happy Death Day
Happy Death Day (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2017)
If you had to pick one day to live over again, would you chose a birthday? Well, Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) wishes that wasn't the case for her because she has somehow gotten stuck reliving her big day ... and has discovered she gets snuffed out before the candles.
Blade Runner 2049
Blade Runner 2049 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2017)
A new blade runner, LAPD Officer K (Ryan Gosling) discovers a dark secret that has could jeopardize his struggling society. The only hope for the future appears to be tracking down Rick Deckard (Harrison Ford), a former blade runner who disappeared thirty years earlier.
Bumblebee
Bumblebee (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2017)
In this spin-off of the Transformers Franchise, set in 1987, an injured Autobot named Bumblebee is hiding as a yellow VW bug in a California junkyard, until he is found and revived by a girl named Charlie (Hailee Seinfeld).
The Big Sick
The Big Sick (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2017)
Cultural expectations and differences are a big problem for Kumail (Kumail Nanjiani), a Muslim man born in Pakistan, and Emily (Zoe Kazan), a Caucasian, American woman. Their affair remains a secret until Emily becomes seriously sick and Kumail meets her parents (Ray Romano, Holly Hunter) in the hospital waiting room.
Battle of the Sexes
Battle of the Sexes (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2017)
In 1973, the former male tennis star Bobby Riggs challenged the number one female tennis champion Billie Jean King to a match, to prove which gender was the best. This well-publicized game is dramatized in this movie, with Steve Carell playing Riggs, and Emma Stone in the role of King.
mother!
mother! (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2017)
A couple, who are only know as Him and mother (Javier Bardem and Jennifer Lawrence), find their sense of peace and safety shaken after the arrival of some unexpected company at their country home.