Posts Tagged ‘Idris Elba’
A pleasing mix of old and new, "The Jungle Book" is a fine family film with CGI action and just enough musical numbers.
A starship ride worth taking despite a little turbulence, "Star Trek Beyond" settles nicely into the upper tier of its iconic franchise.
Though it can't hold a candle to its predecessor — a rather bright flame to be held against — "Finding Dory" is nonetheless an agreeable and welcome follow-up.
“Zootopia” belongs in a midrange of Disney animated flicks good enough to entertain youngsters but without enough originality or appeal to keep parents engaged.
A mix of stunning CGI creatures and nods to the 1967 animated classic, "The Jungle Book" is a kid-pleasing mashup of somethings old and new.
A middle-shelf offering from the Disney animation empire, entertaining with a little too much message for the intended audience.
Joe Shearer, Sam Watermeier and Christopher Lloyd talk the Academy Awards -- who will win, who should win and everything in between.
An ill fit for Sean Penn on fronts of art and altruism, "The Gunman" plays like something the actor, co-writer and producer probably loathes: "voluntourism."
Win passes to a special screening of "No Good Deed," the new movie starring Idris Elba and Taraji P. Henson on Sept. 10!
Why does Hollywood keep trying to insert some much-unneeded "darkness" into our popcorn movies?
Guillermo del Toro's giant robots vs. giant monsters flick doesn't really add up to more than a good time. But what a time it is.
"Ghost Rider: Spirit of Vengeance" is so bad that it makes the first film look Oscar-worthy.
There's elation to the way Nicolas Cage exaggerates in this sequel. It's a method to make a disposable movie entertaining and a reason to not give up on him.