“The One and Only Ivan” is a simple tale with powerful messages that will stick you long after the film is over. It’s an inspiring story of friendship and keeping one’s promises.
It’s a teen romance featuring an unlikely pair of people, which seems simple enough, but there is a mystery behind the whole story as well. Very intriguing premise. But I have to wonder, did anyone making this film remember what it was like to actually be a teenager?
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I Still Believe is a wonderful romance story that goes beyond anything you’ll ever see on the Hallmark Channel.
Despite its wacky premise, Onward just might develop a strong following similar to Frozen. In fact, it is its equivalent for boys.
“Burden” is surprising as it is sobering. It’s a story about faith, family, friendship, hate and forgiveness. It’s a true story that is stranger than fiction but one that ends with hope.
While there are few plot holes in the story, The Invisible Man is a scary-fun movie that we really haven’t seen (sorry) in a long time.
I’ll be honest. It took me about a third of the way through The Call of the Wild before the film won me over. Not because it started out bad, but because I felt like I fell for a bait-and-switch.
Will Ferrell and Julia Louis-Dreyfus are good together in “Downhill,” but it’s probably not the movie you were hoping for.
With the “me too” movement not fully in our rear-view mirror, this film is a fictional tale that was built from the very real stories from abusive workplaces and you find yourself asking, “What would I do in this situation?”
Bryan Stevenson ( Michael B. Jordan) in “Just Mercy.”
Star Wars has been a part of our culture since the summer of 1977 and ever since, fanboys (and girls) have not been able to get along.
“Safe Spaces” It’s an entertaining, thought-provoking and sometime chilling documentary that shows how some of our good intentions can lead to some horrible consequences.
“Dark Waters” is a really good movie in every way. It features an everyday man fighting for what’s right because he feels compelled to do so.
Written and directed by Rian Johnson and featuring a fantastic cast, Knives Out is witty, sarcastic and despite what seems like a huge giveaway while still in the first third of the movie, will keep you guessing until the very end.