‘Mary Poppins Returns’ is a feast for the eyes, a treat for the ears, and a generally well-directed and acted story
An atmospheric and absolutely terrifying horror film that lingers in silence but never gets dull
A chilling dystopian horror/thriller starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski wherein a family is forced to live their life in silence as they hide out from mysterious creatures that hunt by sound.
This beautifully shot thriller has an engaging mystery, but challenges ones ability to suspend disbelief at too many turns.
Paula Hawkins’ best-selling 2015 novel is adapted into a dark big screen psychological thriller staring Emily Blunt as a somewhat unhinged divorcée.
The Huntsman: Winter’s War delivers on the visual effects and sound quality, but little else.
Aurora Snow Says: Edge of Tomorrow is chock-full of dark comedy and a must-see summer flick
Looper is an intelligently written, superbly acted, sci-fi thriller.
This indie comedy/drama from writer/director Lynn Shelton offers up an excellent character study with true-to-life awkwardness and down to earth humor.
Salmon Fishing in the Yemen is a feel-good pursuit of an impossible dream by a wealthy sheik who is a fishing enthusiast. The cast is perfect and Lasse Hallstrom’s direction could not be better. There is a surprising bit of grain and softness in the details that keeps this from being a perfect film.