Editor’s note: This review was first published May 20, 2011. ‘Pirates’ brings nothing new to the deck Despite some clever quips, humorous situations and Johnny Depp being… well, Johnny Depp, […]
Twitch marathon returns critic to his childhood
Alicia Vikander-led reboot fails to make impression
‘Cradle of Life’ lacks charm of its predecessor
Angelina Jolie brings game character to lif
‘The Last Jedi’ takes creative risks in attempt to forge something new
Editor’s note: This review first was published Dec. 18, 2015. ‘The Force Awakens’ gloriously returns ‘Star Wars’ to its roots Conflicted, this young film critic is. You see, “Star Wars: […]
Latest CGI ‘Resident Evil’ movie brimming with gorgeous action
Tom Cruise aside, there’s little point to this remake
‘Power Rangers’ ably sets the stage for something greater
Talk about a rude awakening.
‘Apocalypse’ a welcome introduction of new yet familiar characters
‘Days of Future Past’ a superb addition to ‘X-Men’ franchise
Separation. Manipulation. Murder. Anger. Vengeance. And that’s just during the first 10 minutes.
In “Dear Eleanor,” two teenage girls travel across the United States in 1962, during the chaos of the Cuban missile crisis, in search of Eleanor Roosevelt.
Way to guilt trip everyone.
Here come humans, ruining everything again.
The latest “Captain America” entry prefers internal conflict over global catastrophe
‘The Winter Soldier’ a thrilling blend of tension, action
‘Captain America’ a good old-fashion superhero flick
I’ll never understand the pants.
There’s a lot of anger going around here.
In “Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children,” when Jacob discovers clues to a mystery that spans different worlds and times, he finds Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.
In “Sausage Party,” one sausage quests to discover the truth about his existence.
I mean, what are friends for?
“Don’t mess with the monkey.” Words to live by.