The 1944 film noir is a movie with a distinctly pessimistic view of humanity that is photographed with an aching, shadowy beauty.
Though it dropped precipitously from weekend one to two, "The Fate of the Furious" still had enough in the tank to handily beat all new comers at the box office.
“La La Land” is a little bit of a lot of things — funny, sad, romantic, melodious, handsome, charming. But it just doesn’t impact you in one or two strong ways.
On this week's show Chris reviews "The Promise," "Unforgettable," "Colossal," "The Lost City of Z," "Free Fire, "Their Finest," "Born in China," "Grow House" plus "Split" on video.
Undeniably fun in a trashy sort of way, "Unforgettable" is one of those thrillers about women fighting each other over men, children, jobs or all three.
A film of startling authority and ravishing power, "The Promise" has all the elements of classic epic: a sweeping historical backdrop with a very intimate human story at the center.
The eighth film in the franchise shows no signs of slowing down, banking more than $100 million at the U.S. box office and more than $400 million in the international market.
Though it plucks the hoariest of chestnuts, split personalities, off the cinematic fireplace, "Split" still manages to scare in between the snickers.