It’s that time of year. So many good movies arrive just as we’re so busy with the holidays. James Cameron, Emily Blunt, Penelope Cruz and even Hugh Grant with Sarah Jessica Parker want to entertain yo
Star power is big this week. George Clooney, Matt Damon, Morgan Freeman, Zac Efron and even a fictional Orson Welles are on the big screen. (Read more)
War is big in the movies this week. And also re-makes, both into and out of English. But take a moment to consider a splendid acting turn by Robin Wright Penn. (Read More)
You want grim? It’s here this week, more than once. There’s also droll, frivolous, heartfelt and a slick but thoughtful thriller from Bollywood. (Read more)
Did you know that Sandra Bullock, Nicolas Cage and even Paul Watson have new movies out this week? They're there alright, behind a certain little vampire romance (Read on)
Be sure to check here Friday morning. This week’s New Movies reviews will include the highly anticipated next installment of The Twilight Saga: New Moon. Filmed in Vancouver. The whole world is...
Friday the 13th and how appropriate is this? All sorts of things fall down, blow up or crack apart in the biggest of the new films. 2012 is a veritable orgy of calamities. For real pain, though, there
Jim Carrey as Ebenezer Scrooge and all three ghosts is terrific. The new A Christmas Carol film, not so much. It’s better than staring at goats, though. And there are other options. (read more)
Vampires and other ghouls grab most of the spots further down the list this week. It’s Halloween. They get uppity. But first there is a final show to enjoy from the King of Pop. Read on...
There are 10 movies worth discussing this week, including some early Halloween scares (we'll get to those later) and several portraits of willful women to get us started.