In many ways, Top Gun: Maverick tells the same story…but as the film goes on, the callouts become less and the movie morphs into its own story.
New Doctor Strange movie is It is also a very odd, violent and even a demonic movie thanks in part to the direction of Sam Raimi.
“Turning Red” is more than a “kids” movie that can be enjoyed by anyone who has ever been a kid.
At just 10 minutes shy of three hours, this is a long movie, and it feels like it, but we’ve only scratched the surface. And while it doesn’t particularly have a happy ending (Batman movies rarely do) there appears to be a little light at the end of the tunnel.
“Marry Me” is not going to win any awards and feels like a self-indulgent exercise for Lopez, but dang it, she and Wilson are so likeable, it’s hard to dislike this film.
As you would expect, Gal Gadot is excellent in her role in “Death on the Nile” but honestly, there isn’t a weak performance in the bunch.
The determination of Kurt Warner to follow his dreams, no matter what it takes, is truly inspiring. And when he needed to provide for his family, he did so even when that meant that he would have to work for minimum wage at a small grocery store. A true man does what he has to do.
The biopic “Being the Ricardos” manages to cram all kinds of interesting “behind-the-scenes” storytelling within its 131-minute run time.
It’s hard to say if this is Spielberg’s greatest work since he’s done so many great films, but you will be seeing his name listed as possible recipients for next year’s Oscars.