At Theaters
“Blade Runner 2049” has some of the makings of a great film, but fails to capture the excitement and wonder of the original Ridley Scott classic. The neo-noir elements are […]

Movie Review: Blade Runner 2049

“Blade Runner 2049” has some of the makings of a great film, but fails to capture the excitement and wonder of the original Ridley Scott classic. The neo-noir elements are […]

“Suburbicon” wants to make you laugh, and it succeeds from time to time.  Bubbling beneath the surface of the starry-eyed suburban life of America in the 1950’s is a nastiness […]

Movie Review: Suburbicon

“Suburbicon” wants to make you laugh, and it succeeds from time to time.  Bubbling beneath the surface of the starry-eyed suburban life of America in the 1950’s is a nastiness […]

High expectations are not being met. “The Dark Tower” is finally on the big screen, but the lengthy filmmaking process that had Stephen King’s expansive mythology stalled for so long […]

Movie Review: The Dark Tower

High expectations are not being met. “The Dark Tower” is finally on the big screen, but the lengthy filmmaking process that had Stephen King’s expansive mythology stalled for so long […]

Hollywood@Home
“First They Killed My Father” offers a powerful, personal story of how one Cambodian family was impacted by the bloody reign of the Khmer Rouge. When I say it’s a […]

Hollywood@Home: First They Killed My Father

“First They Killed My Father” offers a powerful, personal story of how one Cambodian family was impacted by the bloody reign of the Khmer Rouge. When I say it’s a […]

I marvel at the way everything clicks in “War for the Planet of the Apes,” particularly the acting. The ape performances are brought to life with motion-capture technology and CGI […]

Hollywood@Home: War for the Planet of the Apes

I marvel at the way everything clicks in “War for the Planet of the Apes,” particularly the acting. The ape performances are brought to life with motion-capture technology and CGI […]

It’s not quite a family film, in the traditional sense, and it’s certainly not a thriller. “The Book of Henry” is perhaps somewhere inbetween. Henry (Jaden Lieberher) is a highly […]

Hollywood@Home: The Book of Henry

It’s not quite a family film, in the traditional sense, and it’s certainly not a thriller. “The Book of Henry” is perhaps somewhere inbetween. Henry (Jaden Lieberher) is a highly […]

Coming Attractions
One of America’s best-known haunted houses is getting the big-screen treatment. Winchester Mystery House was built by firearms heiress Sarah Winchester. Now, Helen Mirren (“Teaching Mrs. Tingle”) stars in a […]

Coming Attractions: Winchester-The House That Ghosts Built! (February, 2018)

One of America’s best-known haunted houses is getting the big-screen treatment. Winchester Mystery House was built by firearms heiress Sarah Winchester. Now, Helen Mirren (“Teaching Mrs. Tingle”) stars in a […]

I can hardly wait to get my eyes on “The Shape of Water,” the new fantasy film from the brilliant Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth). If the advance reviews and […]

Coming Attractions: The Shape of Water (December, 2017)

I can hardly wait to get my eyes on “The Shape of Water,” the new fantasy film from the brilliant Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth). If the advance reviews and […]

Honestly, how are you going to beat Albert Finney and the all-star cast of the 1974 version, not to mention the Oscar-winning score? Well, perhaps with Kenneth Branagh in charge. […]

Coming Attractions: Murder On the Orient Express (November 10th)

Honestly, how are you going to beat Albert Finney and the all-star cast of the 1974 version, not to mention the Oscar-winning score? Well, perhaps with Kenneth Branagh in charge. […]

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