The plot is strange, the film is overly long and you can’t really identify with the characters – animated or not. But at the same time, after the film finds its rhythm, I found myself enjoying it.
This week, DreamWorks is releasing the sequel, “The Boss Baby: Family Business,” into theaters and streaming on Peacock and with a message for parents. Though as well-intentioned as this follow up is, it misses the mark and overstays its welcome.
Now streaming on Apple TV+, Who Are You, Charlie Brown? is sort of a hybrid of an animated classic Peanuts TV special and a classic documentary.
Just because we are revisiting familiar territory, don’t think that you’ve seen everything this story can provide. Overall, “A Quiet Place II” is equally as good as the first.
We already know that Blunt is a great actress, but here we get to see just how talented of a actor and director Krasinski is in “A Quiet Place.”
“Dream Horse” isn’t flashy nor is it hilarious, but it is a good, inspiring tale of how an unlikely group of people decided to follow their dreams regardless of how silly or unrealistic they seem to be.
The new Netflix musical takes families back to a simpler time and place – summer camp. And as a faith-based movie, it’s a whole new way to reach the masses with the gospel.
“My Brother’s Keeper” is pretty rough in the beginning, but if you can stick with it, you’ll appreciate the payoff in the end.
White Lie isn’t preachy in that we already know that lying is no good for any of us, but it does give a lesson on what to look for in a chronic liar. It’s a fascinating physiological thriller watching this girl do anything she has to do to keep the lid on top of her many secrets.