The Marvelization of Hollywood continues with ‘Doctor Strange,’ the 14th film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
‘Hacksaw Ridge’ is a brutal Australian-American biodrama about a real-life conscientious objector’s seemingly paradoxical battlefield heroism.
‘Inferno’ follows 2006’s The Da Vinci Code and 2009‘s Angels & Demons in the internationally popular franchise featuring Hanks as Harvard professor and symbology expert Robert Langdon.
So we’ll rate ‘Christine’…
Proof that you can be certain of your respect for a movie’s intentions while being equally certain that you’re dissatisfied with the results comes to us in the form of Certain Women.
It’s about the relationships between couples and individuals.
‘Jack Reacher: Never Go Back’ is based on the 2013 book of the same name.
American Pastoral is the movie version of Philip Roth’s Pulitzer Prize-winning 1997 novel about the father of a terrorist.
The Ben Affleck-starring thriller finished first at the box office on its debut weekend, earning an estimated $25-million.
Denial pays a price for adhering to the strict truth, but there’s no denying its quiet, understated power.
And his latest concert film shows him not only doing stand-up, but accomplishing something no one has done before.
Like its protagonist, ‘The Accountant’ is all over the place.
‘The Girl on the Train’ is a boozy, suspenseful, character-driven mystery-thriller based on the page-turner of a 2015 best-seller of the same name by debuting novelist Paula Hawkins.
‘Girl Asleep’ is an unpredictable Australian comedy that thrives on its idiosyncratic quirkiness.
‘The Birth of a Nation’ is “only” marvelous, a powerful, mournful drama about slavery and systemic racism that is both admirably timeless and depressingly timely.