Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation
Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…In this fifth installment of the popular franchise, Ethan Hunt (Tom Cruise) assembles his team (Jeremy Renner, Ving Rhames, Simon Pegg) in an effort to track down a rogue syndicate intent on destroying the IMF - the secrecy agency they represent.
The Seventh Dwarf
The Seventh Dwarf (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…In this musical animation, the youngest of the seven dwarfs accidentally causes Sleeping Beauty (voice of Peyton List) to fall into an 100 year nap. So he and the other six pint-sized heroes set out on a quest to find the only thing that will wake her up -- the…
A LEGO Brickumentary
A LEGO Brickumentary (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…This documentary looks at the popularity of LEGO and the amazing things people are doing with these toy building blocks.
Vacation
Vacation (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 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.
Paper Towns
Paper Towns (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…Quentin (Nat Wolff) has always admired his neighbor Margo (Cara Delevingne), but she barely acknowledges his existence. And just when he has reason to hope that might be changing for the better -- she mysteriously disappears. However, Margo has left a trail of clues behind, so Quentin enlists his closest…
Southpaw
Southpaw (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…The success Billy Hope (Jake Gyllenhaal) has found as a boxer is compromised by a personal tragedy. Now he can't seem to fight his way out of his own problems.
Pixels
Pixels (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…It may be game over for human beings if a video game champion from the 1980 (Adam Sandler) can't defeat a group of aliens that have used the old characters as prototypes for weapons and are now attacking the Earth.
Good Kill
Good Kill (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…A former fighter pilot (Ethan Hawke) now pilots drones in the fight against the Taliban. As the war wears on however, he begins to question whether or not the fight is a worthy cause.
The Vatican Tapes
The Vatican Tapes (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…Exorcism can be a tricky business -- and it appears even The Vatican can't keep that a secret after some video evidence of a failed attempt goes public.
Irrational Man
Irrational Man (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…A troubled philosophy professor (Joaquin Phoenix) proves irrationally irresistible for Jill (Emma Stone), who is naively unaware of his deeper problems.
Trainwreck
Trainwreck (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…Amy (Amy Schumer) was raised to believe no one can live a monogamous life -- so she doesn't. She begins to questions her perspective however when she meets a genuinely nice guy (Bill Hader). But will her fears and self-destructive behavior turn this new relationship in to the usual trainwreck?
Mr. Holmes
Mr. Holmes (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…Even though Sherlock Homes (Ian McKellen) retires to a sleepy seaside village, an unsolved case still stalks him. Fearing his mind and abilities are aging, the famous detective finds an unusual source of help in his young neighbor (Milo Parker).
Ant-Man
Ant-Man (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…Another Marvel character gets the big screen treatment -- a super hero whose strength increases as his size decreases. Paul Rudd stars as the Ant-Man, and Michael Douglas plays the scientific brains behind the amazing shrinking technology.
Minions
Minions (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…Based on the little yellow creatures that first appeared in the movie Despicable Me, this animation explores the origins of the Minions and their quest to seek out and serve evil masters.
Big Game
Big Game (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…A young hunter (Onni Tommila) finds more adventure than he expected when he stumbles across the US President (Samuel L. Jackson) whose plane has been shot down over the wilderness of Finland.
The Gallows
The Gallows (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 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.
Self/Less
Self/Less (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 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.
Terminator Genisys
Terminator Genisys (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…The Terminator Franchise gets off to a new start with this reboot of the sci-fi series. In order to fix present problems, resistance leader John Connor (Jason Clarke), sends Sgt. Kyle Reese (Jai Courtney) into the past -- but an unexpected complication threatens to destroy the hoped for future.
Amy
Amy (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…This documentary follows the rise and fall of singer-songwriter Amy Winehouse, who tragically died in 2011.
Magic Mike XXL
Magic Mike XXL (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…Male stripper Magic Mike (Channing Tatum) takes it off again in this sequel.
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl
Me and Earl and the Dying Girl (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2015)
…Lots of kids in their last year of high school have questions about the future, but Greg Gains (Thomas Mann) is particularly perplexed after spending time with a classmate (Olivia Cooke) who has been diagnosed with cancer.
Jurassic World
Jurassic World (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jun 2015)
…Learning nothing from the disastrous consequences 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…
Ted 2
Ted 2 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jun 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.
Inside Out
Inside Out (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jun 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…
Dope
Dope (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jun 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.
Insidious Chapter 3
Insidious Chapter 3 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jun 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.
Spy
Spy (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jun 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.
Tomorrowland
Tomorrowland (Movie Reviews, Last Update May 2015)
…Although they seem an unlikely pair, jaded scientist Frank (George Clooney) and young optimistic Casey (Britt Robertson) set off to find the mysterious Tomorrowland. It is a quest certain to change their futures.
The Hunting Ground
The Hunting Ground (Movie Reviews, Last Update Apr 2015)
…Many sexual assaults occur on North American university campuses. This documentary looks at the rate of these incidents and explores why the crimes go unreported.
Boychoir
Boychoir (Movie Reviews, Last Update Apr 2015)
…It seems an odd decision -- to send a troubled youngster (Garrett Wareing) to an elite boy's choir school. But the parentless 11-year-old appears to have some talent, and if Master Carvelle (Dustin Hoffman) can teach him how to tame his passion, he might just give the boy the chance…