Dismissed as a gender-switch ripoff of "Stand By Me," this warmhearted drama hits all the appropriate warm-and-fuzzy notes.
"Justice League" lands a solid haymaker with a $96 million domestic haul, $281m worldwide; "Wonder" opens solidly with $27m.
A half-step down from a masterpiece, this gripping neo-Western explores the themes of alienation and degradation.
By Bob Bloom The following Blu-rays and DVDs are being released on Tuesday, Nov. 21, unless otherwise noted: The Hitman’s Bodyguard (Blu-ray + DVD + Ultraviolet) Details: 2017, Lionsgate Home Entertainment Rated: R, strong and graphic violence, language The lowdown: “The Hitman’s Bodyguard” is a typical high-octane, explosive and violent buddy-action film that adds nothing […]
Mudbound shows a poignantly authentic view of American racism, and deserves praise for it. But it's severely hampered by its overlong and unfocused structure.
On this week's show, Chris reviews "Justice League," "Lady Bird," "Wonder," "The Star" plus "Brigsby Bear" on video.
An old-fashioned, unrepentant tearjerker, in which Jacob Tremblay plays a disfigured boy trying to fit in.
Occasionally goofy and sporting a generic doom-bringer villain, "Justice League" nevertheless finally delivers a worthy DC Comics flick.