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.
Some will be disappointed that the film doesn’t feature more of Roger’s Christian faith but it doesn’t actually shy away from it either. Fred was a man whose actions spoke louder than his soft words of encouragement.