Top 10 Movies

Domestic Box Office (Estimates) For the Weekend of November 1, 2019:

1. Terminator: Dark Fate / $29,000,000
2. Joker / $13,925,000
3. Maleficent: Mistress of Evil / $12,175,000
4. Harriet / $12,000,000
5. The Addams Family / $8,499,007
6. Zombieland: Double Tap / $7,350,000
7. Countdown / $5,850,000
8. Black and Blue / $4,050,000
9. Motherless Brooklyn / $3,650,000
10. Arctic Dogs / $3,100,000
According to Comscore.

According to Comscore.

Movie News

Sterling K. Brown

Sterling K. Brown will appear as Coach Willie Davis in Affirm Films’ sports drama Rise. Based on a true story, Brown will play the role of Coach Willie Davis whose story is so inspirational, HBO Real Sports featured the real coach twice. Read more>>>

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Movie Reviews

The Current War: The Director's Cut

The Current War

What’s that you say? You never heard of the first version of the film? That might be because it was never released in the United States. The story goes like this: In 2017, The Current War was screened at the Toronto International Film Festival even though the film had not been finished. The film was produced by The Weinstein Company and Harvey Weinstein basically chopped it up thinking that critics would judge the film as a work-in-progress. They didn’t. Critics complained that it was dull and slow-moving. It received a weak 32% “rotten” score from Rotten Tomatoes. Read More >>>



Although there have been books, plays, operas and even one TV miniseries about the life and times of Harriet Tubman, this year’s movie simply titled Harriet, is the first movie to be based of this American hero. It’s a shame that it has taken this long. Her message is just as strong today. It should be required viewing Read More >>>

The Addams Family

The Addams Family

In a way, this new animated film brings the franchise back to its roots. The characters resemble more closely to Addam’s original artwork and begins with the wedding of Morticia (voiced by Charlize Theron) to Gomez (Oscar Isaac) which is quickly interrupted by the local villagers who run them out of town. >> (opens in a new tab)”>Read More >>>

Ad Astra

I was expecting Ad Astra to be a thrilling adventure film — which it is — but only to a point. About three-fourths of the way in the brisk story slows to a crawl and turns into a big metaphor about father and son relationships, which is fine but it felt sort of like a bait a switch. You go to see one movie and leave realizing a saw a different one entirely. This isn’t to say that this is a bad movie. It’s not. But I don’t think that it is as “important” as it thinks it is. Then again, maybe I don’t “get” sci-fi movies. Read More >>>

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Coming Soon to DVD and Blu-Ray

Aladdin (Live Action) – Available Now!
A classic story of a “diamond in the rough” who overcomes his hardships with the help of very special friend. Bonus features include “A Friend Like Genie,” deleted scenes, bloopers, “Aladdin’s Video Journal” and more. Read my review>>>

Aladdin (animated) – Available Now
Disney’s original animated tale about Aladdin and his friendship with a big, blue genie. Will Smith if pretty good in the live action story, but nothing beats Robin Williams – even in animated form.

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