Movie Review: TruthTruth at times may be your common news drama with it's connect the dots action, but it does something I always appreciate as a movie viewer. Truth makes you think no matter what side you fall on with his news scandal.
Movie Review: Rock the KasbahThere was potential for good film in the vain of the classic Bob Hope road trip movies, but Rock the Kasbah ends up being closer to Ishtar when it comes to quality.
Movie Review: Crimson PeakIt's a shame to see such a talented cast get wasted in Crimson Peak which turns out to be a total snoozer that doesn't decide to get thrilling until the last ten minutes of the film.
Movie Review: Big Stone GapBig Stone Gap should be a nice change-up for those longing for a relatable film that serves as looking-glass into the past instead of a big bloated blockbuster with no substance.
Movie Review: PanNone of the pieces fit together in Pan and if I was the cast, crew and creators behind this bomb. I would be thanking my lucky stars that Fantastic Four came out this year. Otherwise, Pan would be in the running for biggest flop of the year.
Movie Review: 99 Homes99 Homes maybe one of the most gripping, well acted and frustrating films to watch this year and there are no bombs to dismantle or evil supernatural villains to defeat. This film is so intense, because it's real life.
Movie Review: The MartianRidley Scott's execution is flawless, but what makes The Martian special is its heart which is provided by a career defining performance by Matt Damon.
Movie Review: Pawn SacrificeFischer is shown as a greedy, arrogant and paranoid bigot. Pawn Sacrifice leaves too much on the cutting room floor and creates a figure at the center who's hard to root for.
Movie Review: EverestEverest is a raw depiction of life on the biggest peak in the world, but the story telling makes for a boring spectacle. For a movie about the tallest mountain in the world, Everest is pretty flat.
Movie Review: Black MassFor such a wild story of crime and violence that could have been intriguing, Black Mass is quite a bore.
Movie Review: No EscapeThe art of the action thriller is rediscovered in the new film No Escape starring Owen Wilson, Lake Bell & Pierce Bronson.
Movie Review: American UltraThe comedy and romance fall flat in American ultra, which unfortunately makes the well done hand to hand combat scenes of the film seem out-of-place in a film like this.
Movie Review: Straight Outta ComptonStraight Outta Compton is a nostalgic trip that brings prestige to the group and is one of the best musical biopics to date.
Movie Review: The Man From U.N.C.L.E.The Man From U.N.C.L.E. is an enjoyable TV translation with two amusing operatives saving the world against a Cold War European backdrop.
Movie Review: The End of the TourNot many will check out The End of the Tour as it won't appeal to the masses, but don't be surprised if Segel's name gets called during award season for Supporting Actor.