“Miracles From Heaven” is the latest of the new run of Hollywood’s offerings to audiences who shop at “Christian” bookstores. It stars Jennifer Garner and is, like 2014’s “Heaven is for Real,” based on a true story. In each .
Girls who have enjoyed Veronica Roth’s “Divergent” books may want to see the movie version of the third of them. “Allegiant” is out. It features the actors from the first two movies, “Divergent” and “Insurgent,” except for Kate Winslet. .
Dan Trachtenberg’s new sci fi/suspense movie “10 Cloverfield Lane” is amusing enough in its own right. Still, scary movie fans with a little memory will enjoy considering it as a sequel to a movie now eight years old. The .
It is difficult to get very excited about the new movie “Whiskey Foxtrot Tango.” And it must have been difficult for the actors and director to get very excited about working on the film. The final product certainly feels as .
One of the best movies of last year, “Room,” makes its first appearance on home viewing media this month. Then there’s a lot of dreck coming out, too. March is often a good month for new DVD releases, just .
“Race” is a new feature film about Jessie (actually “J.C.”—an elementary school teacher mis-heard him) Owens, a quadruple Gold Medal winner. Owens, who was an African-American, won at the Berlin Olympics of 1936, apparently embarrassing racist Adolf Hitler. The .
“The Witch” is a new horror movie written and directed by Robert Eggers. Up until now, Eggers has been a costume and movie “production designer.” This may explain some things. The action takes place in a Massachusetts colony that is .
Want to feel old? Writer, director, and star Ben Stiller’s “Zoolander” came out 15 years ago. Now we have the sequel, variously referred to as “Zoolander 2” and “2lander.” His father Jerry doesn’t reprise his role in the new movie. .
After seeing a late afternoon showing of “The Choice,” the latest Nicholas Sparks romance movie, I came home and flipped on the TV, a rather irresponsible habit. The show I hit was a broadcast of an earlier movie based on .
Jane Austen apparently didn’t write enough. Since the growth of her reputation as a writer, publishers have supplemented her fans’ reading diets with novels featuring Austen as a character (“Parson Austen’s Daughter” by Helen Ashton, for example), movie .
There are all sorts of Coen brothers movies, including a couple of pretty weak ones. While most movie fans like Coen films, the guys who like “Fargo” obviously have different tastes from the ones who like “Raising Arizona,” those who .
Writer and actor Marlon Wayans, one of a sprawling family of Californians related somehow to “entertainment,” seems to have been the power behind the making of “50 Shades of Black.” So one attends this new movie with certain expectations. It will .
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