Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2016)
…When Jake (Asa Butterfield) uncovers the whereabouts of the School for Peculiar Children run by Miss Peregrine (Eva Green), he discovers the students have amazing powers... and some scary enemies.
Queen of Katwe
Queen of Katwe (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2016)
…A talent for the game of chess gives an impoverished girl (Madina Nalwanga) from Uganda a chance to change her world. This movie is based on a true story of Phiona Mutesi.
Masterminds (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2016)
…David Ghantt’s (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 more brilliant masterminds behind the crime (Kristen Wiig and Owen Wilson) may have dubious motives for including him in…
Deepwater Horizon
Deepwater Horizon (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…Based on the real disaster that caused a major oil spill in 2012, this fictional story is set aboard the drilling rig named Deepwater Horizon. The movie follows the harrowing experiences of a worker and family man (Mark Wahlberg).
Denial (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…Professor and historian, Dr. Deborah Lipstadt (Rachel Weisz), finds herself in a legal battle trying to prove the reality of Jewish persecution during WWII when she is accused of libel for calling the out-spoken history writer David Irving (Timothy Spall) a holocaust denier. This movie is based on a true…
The Magnificent Seven (2016)
The Magnificent Seven (2016) (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…In this remake of the classic Western, seven gunmen are persuaded to help defend a small town against a gang of bad guys. The film stars Denzel Washington, Chris Pratt, Manuel Garcia-Rulfo, Byung-hun Lee, Martin Sensmeier, Vincent D'Onofrio and Ethan Hawke.
Snowden (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…This sympathetic drama is based on the life of Edward Snowden (played by Joseph Gordon-Levitt), made famous after he leaked classified US government documents to the media.
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week
The Beatles: Eight Days a Week (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…Between 1963 and 1966, The Beatles presented 250 concerts. This Ron Howard documentary uses historic and recently found footage, plus interviews, stories and music to showcase the British band during this prolific performance period.
Storks (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…Once upon a time, storks delivered babies. Nowadays they only deliver packages -- that is until a blunder at factory produces one more bouncing bundle. Now Junior (voice of Andy Samberg) must work with Tulip (Voice of Katie Crown) to finding the little one a home.
Hillsong - Let Hope Rise
Hillsong - Let Hope Rise (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…In this documentary and concert movie, fans of the Christian band Hillsong can learn more about the musicians and watch a worship service. Based in Australia, this group of preformers have spread their music around the globe and their songs are now sung every Sunday by about 50 million people!
Bridget Jones’s Baby
Bridget Jones’s Baby (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…Renée Zellweger represses her role as Bridget Jones, and explores the character's future as the forty-something publishing executive becomes a first time mom -- although she is uncertain who fathered her unborn child.
Blair Witch
Blair Witch (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…In this third movie in the Blair Witch franchise, a group of friends go exploring in the woods where the one of them believes his sister had a haunting experience.
The Wild Life
The Wild Life (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…The animals of a small, uninhabited island are curious when a shipwrecked stranger (voice of Yuri Lowenthal) washes ashore. This take-off of the Robinson Crusoe story is told from the perspective of a parrot (voice of David Howard).
Sully (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…Director Clint Eastwood explore the story behind the headlines in his bio-pic of pilot Chesley "Sully" Sullenberger (played by Tom Hanks), the man who heroically landing a crippled aircraft on the Hudson river in 2009.
The Disappointments Room
The Disappointments Room (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…When a mother (Kate Beckinsale) opens a secret room in her new home, she accidentally unleashes countless horrors on her unsuspecting family.
When the Bough Breaks
When the Bough Breaks (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…A couple (Morris Chestnut and Regina Hall) that desperately wants a baby, hires a surrogate mother (Jaz Sinclair). But as the pregnancy progresses, so does the woman's desire to interfere in the marriage of her clients.
The Light Between Oceans
The Light Between Oceans (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…When a lighthouse keeper and his wife (Michael Fassbender and Alicia Vikander) find a baby adrift in a rowboat, the couple decides to raise the child as their own. Several years later they discover their little girl's real mother (Rachel Weisz) may yet be alive.
Morgan (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2016)
…Morgan is an artificial life form that began with great promise. However, the experiment is now more powerful than her creators.
Sausage Party
Sausage Party (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…A sausage (voice of Seth Rogen) lost in a supermarket must make his way back to his rightful place before getting trampled by costumers. Don't be fooled into thinking this animation is child's fare! Instead this saucy romp is full of crass and raunchy ingredients.
Mechanic: Resurrection
Mechanic: Resurrection (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…Arthur Bishop (Jason Statham) is blackmailed back into the assassination game in this sequel to the 2011 movie, The Mechanic.
Don’t Breathe
Don’t Breathe (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…The house of a wealthy blind man looks like an easy target for a group of thieving kids. But they quickly see they have underestimated the situation.
Hands of Stone
Hands of Stone (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…This dramatized biography of Roberto Duran (Edgar Ramírez) follows the boxer's rise to fame and the coach (Ray Arcel played by Robert De Niro) who helped him get there.
Kubo and the Two Strings
Kubo and the Two Strings (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…The quiet life of Kubo (voice of Art Parkinson) is lost by the reawakening of an ancient spirit seeking revenge. With this force unleashed, the young boy runs for his life with only the help of a Monkey (voice of Charlize Theron), a Beetle (voice of Matthew McConaughey), and a…
Ben-Hur 2016
Ben-Hur 2016 (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…Move over Charlton Heston! Jack Huston is now starring in the title role of Ben-Hur, in this remake of the 1959 classic.The story follows a falsely accused Jewish nobleman (Huston) who questions his plans for vengeance after he meets Jesus Christ.
War Dogs
War Dogs (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…Based on a true story, the US pays big dollars to a couple of young men (Miles Teller and Jonah Hill) to broker an arms deal between the Pentagon and America's allies in Afghanistan.
Florence Foster Jenkins
Florence Foster Jenkins (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…When Florence Foster Jenkins (Meryl Streep) set out to become a famous singer she had all the all the resources she needed in her beloved, wealthy and aristocratic husband (Hugh Grant). All she was missing was the talent.
Pete’s Dragon (2016)
Pete’s Dragon (2016) (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…In this live-action remake of the 1977 Disney classic, Oakes Fegley plays Pete, a young orphan with an not-so-imaginary dragon for a friend.
Suicide Squad
Suicide Squad (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…A secret government agency comes up with a plan for dealing with problematic super villains. Rather than keeping them locked up, the idea is to use their talents to take care of even worse troublemakers, and offer them shorter prison terms in exchange for their service. Thus the Suicide Squad…
The Little Prince
The Little Prince (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…Based on the classic children's story, a somber young girl (voice of Mackenzie Foy) begins to explore the world of her imagination thanks to her neighbor "The Aviator" (voice of Jeff Bridges) and his friend -- The Little Prince (voice of Riley Osborne).
The BFG (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2016)
…Even though he is enormous and scary looking, the BFG –Big Friendly Giant (Mark Rylance) is a gentle soul who befriends a young orphan named Sophie (Ruby Barnhill). This movie is based on Roald Dahl’s children’s novel.