With a $192 million opening, on its way to $218 million for the holiday weekend, "Black Panther" is poised to be one of Marvel's biggest hits.
It failed to get the Best Picture Oscar nomination it deserved, but this magnificent little film, shot on a shoestring with mostly non-actors, has a vibrancy and an authenticity that leap off the screen.
On this week's show, Chris reviews "Black Panther," "Early Man," "The Insult," "Samson" plus "Wonder" on home video.
The reliable Aardman Animations studio suffers a rare disappointment in this lumpy-headed tale of prehistoric man and soccer.
Burt Lancaster turns from meek to wrathful in this taut adaptation of the Elmore Leonard Western. Even if he doesn't pass for Mexican.
"Fifty Shades Freed" winds up the BDSM trilogy on a high note; "Peter Rabbit" opens strong; "The 15:17 to Paris" not so much.
It may not be the most original movie to come down the pike, but “Wonder” is decorated with nice, crisp performances and an authentic human story that’s hard to resist.
On this week's show, Chris reviews "The 15:17 to Paris," "Dead Man's Line," Oscar-nominated short films, "Peter Rabbit," "Fifty Shades Freed" plus "Only the Brave" on video.