From Walt Disney Animation Studios comes a comedy-adventure set in the modern mammal metropolis of Zootopia. Determined to prove herself, Officer Judy Hopps, the first bunny on Zootopia’s police force, jumps at the chance to crack her first case – even if it means partnering with scam-artist fox Nick Wilde to solve the mystery. Bring home this hilarious adventure full of action, heart and tons of bonus extras that take you deeper into the world of Zootopia. It’s big fun for all shapes and species!
Outside is dangerous…inside is terrifying in the heart-pounding new thriller from producer J.J. Abrams. After a catastrophic car crash, a young woman (Mary Elizabeth Winstead, A Good Day To Die Hard) wakes up in a survivalist’s (John Goodman, Argo) underground bunker. He claims to have saved her from an apocalyptic attack that has left the outside world uninhabitable. But, as his increasingly suspicious actions lead her to question his motives, she’ll have to escape in order to discover the truth.
I started this late at night and fell asleep. The next day, I put it on again and managed to stay awake to the point where I had fallen asleep the night before. As it turned out, that was about the point where the movie actually started to display a little action.
Once the action was ignited, I got very into the story, vacillating between the veracity and the falsity of the ongoing situation and what actually was going on outside the bunker.
I think the story was clever, but it suffered in its delivery.
After a lifetime of being overlooked and ignored, a woman of a certain age finds her world turned upside down by a handsome new co-worker and a self-help seminar that inspires her to take a chance on love in Hello, My Name is Doris, a witty and compassionate late-life coming-of-age-story.
The minute I saw Sally Field as Doris, I knew I was going to have to see this movie and I am so glad I did. This movie is my geeky love story! And who better to play prince charming than Max Greenfield, who privately knows about fat drama.
I laughed so hard. I fell for all the fantasy love scenes. I cried. I just loved this movie!
Recognized: Tyne Daly and Wendi McLendon-Covey from The Goldbergs.
In this exquisitely made and terrifying new horror film, the age-old concepts of witchcraft, black magic and possession are innovatively brought together to tell the intimate and riveting story of one family’s frightful unraveling in the New England wilderness circa 1630.
New England, 1630. Upon threat of banishment by the church, an English farmer leaves his colonial plantation, relocating his wife and five children to a remote plot of land on the edge of an ominous forest — within which lurks an unknown evil. Strange and unsettling things begin to happen almost immediately — animals turn malevolent, crops fail, and one child disappears as another becomes seemingly possessed by an evil spirit. With suspicion and paranoia mounting, family members accuse teenage daughter Thomasin of witchcraft, charges she adamantly denies. As circumstances grow more treacherous, each family member’s faith, loyalty and love become tested in shocking and unforgettable ways.
Exquisite? Terrifying? Innovative? What movie was this reviewer watching?
I was bored to tears and felt like I had missed something from the very beginning which would explain all the evil happenings. And this surprised me as, I thought this might be a very scary movie, a la The Blair Witch Project, which I loved.
Risen is the epic Biblical story of the Resurrection, as told through the eyes of a non-believer. Clavius (Joseph Fiennes), a powerful Roman military tribune, and his aide, Lucius (Tom Felton), are tasked with solving the mystery of what happened to Jesus in the weeks following the crucifixion, in order to disprove the rumors of a risen Messiah and prevent an uprising in Jerusalem.
Wow! To be honest with you I see movies in this period and fantasize about all the roles to be played in my sexual fantasies! Yet! This movie broke through all my isms and evoked a spiritual awakening within me.
The movie tapped into the skeptical closet historian inside me with it’s story and perspective. I got the gist at the DVD rental store, but my mind had taken off ahead of me, as alluded to in the previous paragraph. Having just read the synopsis, refocused now, there is no way I could not be interested in this telling.
I am a believer in a god of my own understanding; I don’t trust other men’s stories about god. I am a big fan of Banned From The Bible and this movie tapped into that same interest. Simply fascinating!
And not to lose complete focus, that Joseph Fiennes is just a fine as his brother, Ralph!
The Boy is a frightening thrill ride directed by William Brent Bell (The Devil Inside) starring Lauren Cohan (“The Walking Dead”).
Greta (Cohan) is a young American woman who takes a job as a nanny in a remote English village, only to discover that the family’s 8-year-old is a life-sized doll that the parents care for just like a real boy, as a way to cope with the death of their actual son 20 years prior. After violating a list of strict rules, a series of disturbing and inexplicable events bring Greta’s worst nightmare to life, leading her to believe that the doll is actually alive.
Four waves of increasingly deadly alien attacks have left most of Earth decimated. Against a backdrop of fear and distrust, Cassie (Chloë Grace Moretz) is on the run, desperately trying to save her younger brother. As she prepares for the inevitable and lethal 5th wave, Cassie teams up with a young man who may become her final hope – if she can only trust him.
Convoluted plot…who has time to fall in love when you are trying to save your brother from aliens? Give me a break, though the guy – Alex Roe – was hot!
Very disappointed with this film, which lacked explanation of the connection between the government (?) and the aliens. The first three waves made complete sense to me, if I was going to decimate a species, but the fourth and fifth waves came poorly explained.
Based upon Marvel Comics’ most unconventional anti-hero, DEADPOOL tells the origin story of former Special Forces operative turned mercenary Wade Wilson (Ryan Reynolds), who after being subjected to a rogue experiment that leaves him with accelerated healing powers, adopts the alter ego Deadpool. Armed with his new abilities and a dark, twisted sense of humor, Deadpool hunts down the man who nearly destroyed his life.
Lusting Ryan, this movie worked for me. There were some lines in the movie that actually made me laugh out loud and there were some fight scenes that were pretty frikkin’ cool.
The was better than average as it provided full background on the superhero. I especially like that Deadpool was of the X-men lineage, yet I think the bridge from human to x-man would have been better told.