Inside Out
Inside Out (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…Moving to a new city can create a real mix of emotions, and this is especially true for Riley (voice of Kaitlyn Dias) who finds change causing the voices in her mind to get louder. Competing are Joy, Disgust, Fear, Sadness and Anger (voices of Amy Poehler, Mindy Kaling, Bill…
Entourage (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…The HBO TV Series Entourage takes its storyline to the big screen as movie star Vincent Chase (Adrian Grenier) continues to purse fame and fortune in Hollywood, with a little help from his friends (Kevin Connolly, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Dillon and Jeremy Piven).
Criminal (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
Moana (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…High adventure sets sail in this animated tale of an ocean voyage in the South Pacific.
The Sinister Six
The Sinister Six (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…Six of the world's most notorious criminals have a common goal: Stop Spider-Man.
Grimsby (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…Sacha Baron Cohen plays a spy who is forced into hiding with the one person know one would expect him to take cover with -- his silly soccer (football) playing brother.
Me Before You
Me Before You (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…A strong bond forms between a young caregiver and her paralyzed patient.
Monster Trucks
Monster Trucks (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…This animation is based on the popular Monster Trucks. Expect some big, loud action.
Rock The Kasbah
Rock The Kasbah (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…A has-been music producer believes he may have found a second chance when he discovers a talented young woman in Afghanistan. But deciding to mange her singing career comes with many cultural complcations.
The Outskirts
The Outskirts (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…Mindy and Jodi (Eden Sher and Victoria Justice) are done with simply enduring high school bulling --now they are going to do something about it! So the unpopular pair enlist the help of the masses of other picked on kids, and plot their revenge upon the popular few.
Jurassic World
Jurassic World (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…Learning nothing from the disastrous consiquences of the last try to open a dinosaur theme park (as depicted in the 1993 movie Jurassic Park), one is built anyway. Although things run smoothly for the first ten years, the decision to genetically create a hybrid specimen as a new attraction leads…
Freedom (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…During his desperate attempt to escape slavery, Samuel Woodward (Cuba Gooding Jr.) discovers his path towards freedom and forgivness mirrors that of his ancestors.
Spy (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…When the safety of a couple of CIA operatives means the agency must find a new volunteer, Susan Cooper (Melissa McCarthy) is quick to put up her hand even though her usual job as an analyst means she has no field experience.
San Andreas
San Andreas (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…A major earthquake along California's San Andreas fault has a search and rescue helicopter pilot (Dwayne Johnson) using his professional skills for personal reasons. But can he and his estranged wife (Carla Gugino) reach their daughter (Alexandra Daddario) in time to save her from the big one?
Aloha (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…The last time Brian Gilcrest (Bradley Cooper) served in Hawaii, things didn't go too well. Now a new military assignment is giving him a second chance. But the mistakes of the past might tangle up his hopes for the future.
Hitman: Agent 47
Hitman: Agent 47 (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
Masterminds (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…David Ghantt (Zach Galifianakis) boring job as a security truck driver gets a glimmer of excitement when he is talked into stealing some of the money he's been transporting. But the not-so brilliant masterminds behind the crime (Kristen Wiig and Owen Wilson) may have dubious motives.
Sinister 2
Sinister 2 (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…In this sequel, trouble starts soon after a mother and her twin boys move into a cursed house.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E.
The Man from U.N.C.L.E. (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…This spy tale is a remake of the 1964-68 TV series of the same name. It features a CIA operative and a KGB agent working together to defeat a nuclear weapons plot.
Self/Less (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…Getting a new lease on life comes with some fine print a wealthy, terminally ill, real estate tycoon didn't read before he paid to have his consciousness transferred into the body of a healthy, younger man.
Vacation (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…If you remember Chevy Chase's Vacation movies, then you will have some idea of what to expect in this reboot of the franchise. This time it is Rusty Griswald (Ed Helms) -- the son of the original character -- who is taking his family on a holiday.
The Gallows
The Gallows (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…High school plays are supposed to be fun, but one ill-fated performance ended in accidental death for a small town cast. When a group of students decide to re-stage the script as a way to honor the twentieth anniversary of the tragedy, history begins to repeat itself.
Insidious Chapter 3
Insidious Chapter 3 (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…Before the Lambert family faced its horrors, as depicted in the first Insidious movie, psychic Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) had her own challenges with the dead. These are recounted in this prequel.
Kung Fu Panda 3
Kung Fu Panda 3 (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
Dope (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…Malcolm (Shameik Moore) is a high school senior making plans for his future. Unfortunately, those dreams get tangled up in partying and bad choices.
A Little Chaos
A Little Chaos (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…When AndrĂ© Le Notre (Matthias Schoenaerts), a royal landscape artist, unexpectedly recommends Sabine (Kate Winslet), she gets the chance to design one of the gardens at the under-construction palace of Versailles. There she is thrown into the chaotic world of King Louis XIV (Alan Rickman).
She’s Funny That Way
She’s Funny That Way (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…All is not quiet on the set for a broadway producer (Owen Wilson), thanks to his decision to cast a former prostitute (Imogen Poots) in his play, and the rest of his troupe's propensity to get into some backstage hanky-panky.
The Moon and the Sun
The Moon and the Sun (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…The capture a mysterious sea creature puts immortality within the grasp of King Louis XIV's of France (played by Pierce Brosnan). Only the problem is the young girl (Kaya Scodelario) tasked with keeping the mermaid (Bingbing Fan) objects to plans to harm it.
Ted 2
Ted 2 (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…In this sequel, Ted, the stuffed bear who can talk (voice of Seth MacFarlane), has to prove he is human so he and his wife Tami-lyn (Jessica Barth) can become parents. Of course, he'll also need his buddy (Mark Wahlberg) to be the sperm donor.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…Lots of kids in their last year of high school have questions about the future, but Greg Gains (Thomas Mann) is particularly perplext after spending time with a classmate (Olivia Cooke) who has been diagnosed with cancer.