Yes, I know it’s only the beginning of January, but ‘The Post’ couldn’t come out at a better time and it’s the best film that I’ve seen in a year. Get ready for some Oscars!
Elise Rainier has spent a lifetime helping people rid their houses of malicious demons and spirits, but what happens when it’s her own home?
Move over James Bond, there’s a new spy in town and she’s a fierce blondie with a license to kill! Charlize Theron channels a bad-ass MI6 agent in her thrilling new film ‘Atomic Blonde,’ and she is a serious force to be reckoned with.
Very few of those who will see the new film ‘Dunkirk,’ opening tonight July 20, were alive when 338,226 British, French and other Allied soldiers were rescued from certain death during WWII. But, everyone should see and be touched by this film.
‘The Fate of the Furious’ has everything the franchise promises: impossible speed, ridiculous plots, dumb villains. Oh, and The Rock racing a submarine. But it’s losing some of the fun of its predecessors. How does ‘F8’ really stack up?
It is with deepest pride and the greatest pleasure that I share this good news with my fellow Disney fanatics: the live-action ‘Beauty & the Beast’ film is going to warm your heart, dazzle your eyes, and set high expectations for all of the House of Mouse remakes to come. Welcome to the next Golden Age of Disney!
Who knew until now that there were brilliant African American women who defied prejudice and the segregationist policies of 1950’s and early 1960’s America, to play pivotal roles in helping the country win the space race!
Very few films are brave enough to deal with the tough subject of how to recover from the most terrible of tragedies. Or, whether it’s possible to recover at all. ‘Manchester By The Sea’ takes this challenge on, and the result is an Oscar-worthy film that will mesmerize you.
Ok, here’s an order from HollywoodLife — grab your best guy or girlfriend, a box of popcorn and snuggle down in your seat to take a magical journey into the unforgettable ‘La La Land.’
You will fall in love twice when you watch the engrossing new film, ‘Lion,’ inspired by one man’s true life story. First, when you meet him as a big-eyed 5-year-old, and next when he grows up into a hunk played by Dev Patel.
It’s been far too long since we last experienced Bridget Jones on film – 12 years to be exact. Well, now you can head to the movie theater and get ready to laugh at the film-world’s funniest unwed mother who keeps on bumbling along.
There’s no place like home…unless Kansas is being overrun by sharknados! The fourth installment of the ‘Sharknado’ franchise may be the wildest yet, with some action-packed scenese you won’t believe until you see! Click through for the nine craziest moments of ‘Sharknado: The Fourth Awakens!
They’re back ladies and gentlemen. The lovable insecure Charlie Brown and his loyal beagle, Snoopy, along with the rest of the famous peanuts gang stole our hearts yet again.
Charlie Brown is back in all of his glory — or should we say failures. In The Peanuts Movie, this historical character proves that he is not too old-fashioned for contemporary audiences. This tribute film — written by son Craig Schulz and grandson Bryan Schulz of Peanuts creator Charles M. Schulz, proves it deserves it’s rightful spot in pop culture.
Ryan Reynolds hits screens again on July 10 with the action packed ‘Self/less’. The hunky actor co-stars with Sir Ben Kingsley in this body switching caper. But did these two excellent actors pull it off? Read the reviews to find out if the critics were thrilled by their latest effort or if the complicated plot left them feeling uninspired.
It’s been a struggle at the box office lately for Candadian cutie Ryan Reynolds, 38. Now he’s trying to break his cold streak with the hot new action/thriller Self/less. Along for the ride is the always spectaular Sir Ben Kingsley who plays a real estate tycoon who has been diagnosed with a terminal illness. In a bid for immortality, or at least a new lease on life, he agrees to have his consciousness implanted into the Ryan’s younger and healthier body — which has some unintended and dangerous consequences. See what the critics have to say about this new flick.
There’s no way that if you’re under 80, female and alive, that you won’t be completely entertained watching the pecs, abs and dance moves of Magic Mike and his men.
Channing Tatum, Joe Manganiello and their easy-on-the-eyes pals are back and prepared to pleasure you in Magic Mike XXL, a summer sequel to the unexpected 2012 hit, Magic Mike. What’s ironic is that while the film is once again centered on a tight band of “male entertainers”, this is a really feminist film. All the highly attractive beefcake on screen — Channing Tatum, Joe, Matt Bomer, Adam Rodriguez, Kevin Nash and more — is perfectly muscled and minus body fat — but those dudes are all entirely focused on making every woman in the audience feel great.