What makes the movie First Man unique to other space-related blockbusters, is its focus on the emotional side of Neil’s experience.
What should be an upbeat nostalgic throwback, is overrun by bleak sentiments about adulthood and work that take away from an otherwise decent message.
The House with a Clock in its Walls is an enchanting tale of how a little weird can do a lot of good.
Many recent Hollywood movies have played the daddy-issues card. But this movie is showing that, for many of us, there will also be mummy-issues.
The rigmarole surrounding Megan Markle’s wedding was nothing compared to what’s required of the lovebirds in the new smash hit movie Crazy Rich Asians.
The world is shrinking, and people from different religions, different cultures, are going to have to learn to live with each other.
If Avengers: Infinity War had you gasping for air, Ant-Man and the Wasp is the superhero flick for you.
Sailing around the world seems thoroughly romantic but, based on a true story; Adrift may put you off ever leaving dry land.
It’s easy to wonder if this long-toothed, munch-a-man moviemaking template has been dug up too many times.
Funny, smart, thrilling and sweet. Moreover, like any flick worth its price of admission, it may make you look at your own world just a little bit differently.