The Goldfinch film makes a valiant attempt at condensing the novel into just shy of two and a half hours, but it just doesn’t hit the mark.
I consider It Chapter Two one of the best Stephen King adaptations so far and I don’t base that on how scary the movie is. I base it on how well the story was executed.
As it stands, Official Secrets is a solid film with wonderful acting on display, but it falls just a bit short of greatness.
Ready or Not gets more things right than it does wrong. It's a fun trip through an asylum of Rockefellers. Samara Weaving is the linchpin of the entire story.
Check out our review of Blinded By The Light, directed by Gurinder Chadha and starring Viveik Kalra, Aaron Phagura, Nell Williams, and Dean-Charles Chapman.
Check out our review of Good Boys, directed by Gene Stupnitsky, starring Jacob Tremblay as Max, Keith L. Williams as Lucas and Brady Noon as Thor.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is based off the popular book series originally published in 1981. For those of us, like myself, who grew up reading the books, the stories and illustrations were burned into our nightmares. The movie, however, will not keep you up at night.
Check out our review of Brian Banks, directed by Tom Shadyac and starring Aldis Hodge, Greg Kinnear, and Sherri Shepherd, out in theaters now.
Dora and the Lost City of Gold is a charming and hilarious ride through the jungle, perfect for a family movie day during the scorching heat of summer.
For those looking to turn their minds off and enjoy a summer popcorn flick, Hobbs & Shaw may feel a little long, but it does the trick.