The Jungle Book Keeps Crown At Box OfficeSecond place went to the holdover sequel, The Huntsman: Winter’s War, with over $9-million. The weekend’s three new mainstream releases also finished in the top ten. The Key and Peele comedy, Keanu, with the popular television comedy team of Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele making the jump to the movie screen, debuted in third place with $9-million.
Movie Review: 'Race'It’s a biographical drama about legendary athletic superstar Jesse Owens, whose goal in life was to become the greatest track and field athlete in history.
Movie Review: 'Norm of the North'The overall problem with Norm of the North is that he and his movie are below the norm.
Movie Review: 'Ride Along 2'If you rode along with the original, you may be fine riding along with the sequel. But don’t expect much in the way of Ride Along 2 being more than a long ride. Backwards.
The Top Ten Movies of 2015Here are one critic’s countdown - according to the voting members of the Academy of Me, Myself, and I – the most stimulating and fulfilling moviegoing experiences of the past year.
Movie Review: 'The Big Short'It’s possible to be disenfranchised and entertained simultaneously. And 'The Big Short' proves it because this is an easy movie to sit through and not quite understand.
Movie Review: 'Joy''Joy' chronicles four decades in the life of Joy Mangano, whose life loosely inspired director David O. Russell's screenplay.
Movie Review: 'Youth''Youth' co-stars Michael Caine and Harvey Keitel -- the former a two-time Oscar winner (Hannah and her Sisters, The Cider House Rules), the latter an Oscar nominee (Bugsy) -- have appeared in a couple hundred films between them.
Movie Review: 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens'The science fiction epic, 'Star Wars: The Force Awakens,' is the seventh episode (of a planned nine) in the sturdy franchise.
Movie Review: 'The Night Before'Viewers seeking a disciplined, well-made holiday attraction will be similarly disappointed.
Movie Review: 'The Peanuts Movie'The Peanuts Movie is a movie based on Peanuts, the beloved comic strip – the film commemorates the strip’s 65th anniversary -- with a group of characters who have, it seems, always been a part of our lives.
Movie Review: 'Our Brand Is Crisis'Sandra Bullock stars as “Calamity” Jane Bodine, a ruthless but retired political strategist and tactician – the polite translation of spin doctor -- who, when the film opens, has had some sort of meltdown and has downshifted, now living a secluded life in a log cabin.