Bill Wine Movie Reviews
The Conjuring debuted with an opening weekend estimate of $42-million and a strong first-place box-office finish.
‘The Host’ is an adaptation of a best-selling 2008 romantic science fiction novel by Stephenie Meyer, author of the Twilight Saga.
They’re known as ‘The Sapphires,’ but not because they sing the blues.
Admission is about the competition for the right to pay tuition.
Mini-trend alert: ‘Olympus Has Fallen,’ the first of this year’s two Executive Mansion Under Attack thrillers, is here. Let’s hope it’s the lesser of the two.
‘Hyde Park on Hudson’ is ‘The King’s Speech’ meets FDR’s breach.’
‘The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey’ – essentially a prequel to ‘The Lord of the Rings’ — is an unexpected clunker, a monumental bore.
‘Starlet’ is a little movie that comes out of nowhere and shows the big boys how to do it.
‘Playing for Keeps’ is a third-rate romantic comedy that’s anything but a keeper.
‘The Sessions,’ originally titled The Surrogate, is a smart, vital, delicate, and amusing inspirational drama.
Is it possible that ‘Skyfall,’ the 23rd entry in the James Bond series of spy thrillers, is actually the best one yet?
‘Argo’ is a completely absorbing, perfectly scaled, wonderfully suspenseful, and enormously satisfying true-life political thriller.
Here comes the review of ‘Here Comes the Boom,’ a mainstream comedy about mixed martial arts that’s a mixed bag but a tasty mixture.
This gothic comedy is a gleefully gloomy celebration and takeoff of the 1931 classic, “Frankenstein.”
You won’t find a blooper anywhere in ‘Looper.’