It's amazing what a few flaws and a monstrous reputation to uphold can do to a film's legacy, despite all of its undeniable strengths.
Possibly the most disappointing film of the awards cycle, "Downsizing" aims for sharp satire and winds up with drippy moralizing.
By Bob Bloom The following titles are being released on Tuesday, unless otherwise noted: Pitch Perfect 3 (Blu-ray + DVD + digital) Details: 2017, Universal Studios Home Entertainment Rated: PG-13, crude and sexual content, language, action violence The lowdown: The Bellas take their final curtain call in this third installment of the music-centric franchise. This […]
On this week's show, Chris reviews "Tomb Raider," "Love, Simon," "7 Days in Entebbe," "I Can Only Imagine" plus "The Shape of Water" on video.
"Tomb Raider" doesn't lift the video game movie curse, but it's definitely a step in the right direction
A tense, effective look at one of history's forgotten acts of terrorism, viewing the situation from all sides.
The first truly great and important movie of the year, and no, it’s not the one about the guy in the black cat suit who thinks he’s so cool.
Netflix brings "Jessica Jones" back for a second season but leaves behind everything that made the show great.