Top Posts & Pages
- Netflixable? Romania is home to "The Father Who Moves Mountains (Tata mută munții)"
- Movie Review: The future's dystopian, but dull in "2149: The Aftermath"
- Netflixable? French cops bend the rules and pay the price getting their bust in "The Stronghold (BAC Nord)"
- Movie Review: Miss this Appalachian thriller and there'll be "The Devil to Pay"
- Bingeworthy? Danes face terror, and personal reckonings for it "When the Dust Settles"
- Movie Review: Trapped, with escape the only "Antidote"
- Netflixable? A campout turns its German bachelors into "Prey"
- Movie Review: Rideshare Roger just might be a "Stalker"
- Movie Review -- "SAS: Red Notice," as bad as action films get
- Movie Review: An Orphan discovers what it means to be "The Devil's Child"
Find a Movie Review
Daily Archives: June 12, 2020
No, it won’t be opening July 17. America’s premature opening endured a COVID summer, but it was going to be a long shot to.ake that date anyway. He new date? Go to the link. It’s not as far a move … Continue reading
The comic Michael Jr. isn’t new to faith-based films. He was in “War Room.” But stepping into the lead role, he’s plainly more comfortable with the funny stuff than playing troubled, converted and sincere in “Selfie Dad,” a limp if … Continue reading
A horrific, accidental but long-time-coming moment in history gave Spike Lee this stage at this moment. He has a big movie about Vietnam, Black History, racism, greed and rage coming out just as most of those subjects are coming to … Continue reading
Dave Chapelle arranged an outdoor appearance, with a socially-distanced audience in masks, for his hometown of Beavercreek, Ohio. He threw on a black shirt and black pants, grabbed his black notebook — where comedians jot down ideas they want to … Continue reading
Looks properly gripping and grim. And it’s good to see JGLevitt acting again. His side interests and inane Twitter positivisms are no substitute for doing what he does best. “7500” comes to Amazon Prime June 19.