"Star Trek Beyond" opens strong-ish, "Secret Life of Pets" and "Ghostbusters" roll on, "Lights Out" has a surprisingly large haul.
A smart and sly take on a bit of kooky history, explored with humor and a surprising amount of insight into two iconic men’s troubled souls.
Actor Gil Birmingham of "Hell or High Water" sits down with The Film Yap to talk about this new neo-Western and his unlikely career.
On this week's show Chris reviews "Star Trek Beyond," "Captain Fantastic," "Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie," "Ice Age: Collision Course," "Lights Out" plus "Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice" on video.
A moody, evocative potboiler that steadily builds a head of steam, “Hell or High Water” is sharp as a leather strap cracked against bare skin in the Texas sun.
The story of a rebel who learns the limits of rebellion, "Captain Fantastic" features a fine ensemble of six children and their dad.
Grand and gaudy, magnificent and indulgent, "Cleopatra" deserves much better than its current status as a cinematic punchline.
"Ghostbusters" scares up $46 million to allay doubts about an all-female reboot, but quite enough to take the top spot from "The Secret Life of Pets."