Aloha is a romantic comedy from director Cameron Crowe that boasts a come-hither cast but is burdened with a hither-and-thither plot.
It’s a timely, quietly powerful cautionary tale about a failing farming community faced with an offer from a big company that could bail them out of financial misery. But at what cost?
For moviegoers, December means the climax to the year’s big-screen release schedule is now upon us.
The weekend’s new attractions led the way at the box office, which exceeded expectations for Super Bowl weekend, traditionally slow at multiplexes.
“Big Miracle” is a romantic, PG-rated family drama based on this real-life international event which occurred toward the end of the Cold War, before the instantaneous news era we now find ourselves in.
It’s less something old than it is something new, but this “Something Borrowed” may make some folks blue, especially those seeking a formulaic romcom.