Movie Review: 'The House'No reason in the world that The House shouldn’t bring down the house.
Movie Review: The BeguiledThe reboot is a Southern gothic thriller, set in Virginia in 1864, while the Civil War is three years old and still raging.
Movie Review: The HeroThe Hero is an engaging dramedy about a guy a lot like Sam Elliott who is named Lee Hayden and is played by Sam Elliott.
Movie Review: '47 Meters Down'Try swimming in the ocean after sitting through this.
Movie Review: Cars 3It is, in a way, the ultimate CAR-toon. And it’s back for a third lap.
Movie Review: 'The Book of Henry'The 'Book of Henry' is an offbeat family drama that includes several severe shifts in tone.
Movie Review: 'My Cousin Rachel'It can’t just be the coincidence of names that suggested her for the role, but My Cousin Rachel features Rachel playing Rachel.
Movie Review: 'The Mummy'Tom Cruise takes over the franchise lead in hopes of delivering a Mummy dearest.
Movie Review: 'Megan Leavey''Megan Leavey' is a military biodrama, a fictionalized account of a true story about an emotionally isolated Marine corporal, played by Kate Mara.
Movie Review: 'Captain Underpants: The First Epic Movie'What nine-year-old boy could possibly resist any movie with the word “underpants” in the title?
Movie Review: 'Wonder Woman'It’s no wonder women have been wondering about Wonder Woman for years.
Movie Review: 'Churchill''Churchill,' a World War II drama subtitled The Untold Story of D-Day, chronicles the 96 hours leading up to D-day in Normandy, France, on June 6, 1944.
Movie Review: 'Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales'And then there were five. And each of them features pirates and treasure and ghosts, oh my.
Movie Review: BaywatchRemember the television series from a few decades ago that was so shallow, so frivolous, and so disposable that you knew it would never, ever, ever possibly turn up as a movie, even though virtually everything on the tube eventually turns up as a movie?
Movie Review: 'Everything, Everything'You may not like everything about Everything, Everything, but the question is: will you like anything?