Like the other Robert Langdon movies, "Inferno" is fast-paced and forgettable, and exists mostly to buttress the careers of Ron Howard, Dan Brown and Tom Hanks.
Three disparate tales of Montana women rise and fall on the strength of the individual stories.
A crime procedural of a prison movie that seems overly familiar until you realize how much other films, like "The Shawshank Redemption," have borrowed from it.
Tyler Perry's latest "Madea" escapade slapped the "Jack Reacher" out of the top spot in the box office race.
A terse and tense horror film that relies on familiar tropes, but does so with verve and some very effective scares.
On this week's show Chris reviews "Jack Reacher: Never Go Back," "A Man Called Ove," "Ouija: Origin of Evil," "Keeping Up with the Joneses," "Boo: A Madea Halloween," "I'm Not Ashamed" plus "Alice Through the Looking Glass" on video.
In this podcast Christopher Lloyd talks with old friend Ben Rock about how a guy known for "gross and disturbing" movies got a short into the life-affirming Heartland Film Festival.
A gorgeous-looking drama about an independent woman who returns to her South Dakota home in 1952 and finds an unexpected pull for the things she'd left behind.
This drama set in the 1960s provides an interesting twist on the familiar tales of racism and integration.
A heartfelt but often predictable film about an awful stand-up comedian who takes a job as a counselor to psychiatric patients.
A splendidly acted and oddly sweet film about a miserable old man who finds he doesn't like the story he's been telling of himself.
It died a quick death at the box office, but "Alice Through the Looking Glass" is a charming, colorful romp that exceeds the original.
On this week's show Chris reviews "The Accountant," "Kevin Hart: What Now?", "Denial," "Max Steel," "American Honey" plus "The Legend of Tarzan" on video.
Epic more in aesthetics than scope, "How the West Was Won" used Cinerama to try and lure audiences back into the theaters at the close of the Golden Age.