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!
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.
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.
[pmc_film_review_snippet]Forget the fractured fairytale cartoons. Rob Marshall’s new film adaptation of the Stephen Sondheim Broadway musical, kicks funny new life into all too familiar stories. [/pmc_film_review_snippet]
You know you’re not about to watch a traditional fairytale film when Into The Woods opens with Little Red Riding Hood (Lilla Crawford) stealing pastries from a baker’s shop.
[pmc_film_review_snippet]’The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies’ is the third and by far the best installment of the beloved book turned into a movie trilogy.[/pmc_film_review_snippet]
Hobbit and Middle-earth fans can breathe a sigh of relief and get ready to sit on the edge of their seats for director Peter Jackson’s The Battle of the Five Armies.
[pmc_film_review_snippet]David Fincher’s take on Gillian Flynn’s novel, ‘Gone Girl,’ mixes the perfect amount of suspense, passion and twisted emotion, to make a shockingly mesmerizing film.[/pmc_film_review_snippet]
Rosamund Pike is frighteningly impressive, Ben Affleck is stoic and breathtaking — and they’re just the beginning of the story of Gone Girl. The adaptation of the epic book lives up to the expectations readers wanted, especially mine, by providing a suspenseful story of what happens when love goes horribly wrong.