Home Again
Home Again (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2017)
Reese Witherspoon plays a single mom whose life gets complicated when she takes in three young men as boarders (Pico Alexander, Nat Wolff, Jon Rudnitsky), has an affair with one of them ... and then her ex-husband (Michael Sheen) comes home again.
It
It (Movie Reviews, Last Update Sep 2017)
When some children, including Georgie (Jackson Robert Scott), goes missing in a small town, none of the adults seem interested in finding out who is behind the crime. So a group of seven young friends decide to find out what "it" is that the grown-ups won't talk about. This movie, starring a creepy clown, is based on a horror novel by Stephen King.
Gifted
Gifted (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2017)
A custody battle ensues over a gifted math prodigy (Mckenna Grace) when her Uncle Frank (Chris Evans) wants to let the six-year-old be a normal kid, but her Grandmother Evelyn (Lindsay Duncan) wants her to pursue her talents.
Patriotic Films for the 4th of July (News and Views, Last Update Jul 2017)
The Deal Hollywood Made With You and Hopes You’ll Forget (News and Views, Last Update Jun 2017)
VidAngel Says They’re Back, But What’s Different? (News and Views, Last Update Jun 2017)
Father’s Day Films (News and Views, Last Update Jul 2017)
Get Your Kids Animating With LEGO (News and Views, Last Update Jul 2017)
Paris Can Wait
Paris Can Wait (Movie Reviews, Last Update Jul 2017)
Anne (Diane Lane) agrees to catch a ride from Cannes to Paris with her husband's (Alec Baldwin) business partner (Arnaud Viard). But the seven-hour car trip turns into a much longer affair when the not-in-a-hurry Frenchman takes several detours -- and the stressed-out American woman begins to remember what life can be like when you take time to smell the roses.
Girl Power in the Movies (News and Views, Last Update Jul 2017)
Wonderstruck
Wonderstruck (Movie Reviews, Last Update Oct 2017)
What do a deaf girl (Millicent Simmonds) living in 1927 and an orphaned boy (Oakes Fegley) living in 1977 have in common? They are about to be wonderstruck by the answer in this story based on author/illustrator Brian Selznick's children's book.
Detroit
Detroit (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2017)
Based on the Detroit Riot of 1967, this movie follows the events that transpired at the Algiers Motel, where three black men were killed and nine others (even black men and two white women) were beaten.
The Glass Castle
The Glass Castle (Movie Reviews, Last Update Aug 2017)
Life is both unstable and wildly imaginative for a young woman (Brie Larson) who is raised in a dysfunctional home by an artistic mom (Naomi Watts) and an alcoholic dad (Woody Harrelson).
Memorial Day Movies (News and Views, Last Update Jul 2017)