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“Jumanji” rolls on; “The Post” opens strong

"Jumanji" rolls past the half-billion mark globally to become Dwayne Johnson's top-grossing headlining film.

New to View: Jan. 16

By Bob Bloom The following titles are being released on Tuesday, Jan. 16, unless otherwise noted: Better Call Saul: Season Three Details: 2017, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Rated: Not rated The lowdown: A three-disc set featuring all 10 third-season episodes about lawyer Jimmy McGill (Bob Odenkirk) who takes a big step toward transforming himself into […]

Indy Style — January 12

Junior film critic Joel Lloyd gets his own mic, seat and platform to talk about "Paddington 2." Dad also reviews "The Post," "The Commuter," "Phantom Thread," "Proud Mary" plus "IT" on video.

Logan’s Top 10 Films of 2017

There were times when 2017 felt like it was actually a decade rather than one year. There were other times when it felt like I sneezed and the year just flew by. It’s a year full of highs and lows and, thankfully, there wasn’t a shortage of great films this year.   After taking a […]

“Jumanji,” “Insidious” push “Jedi” from top box office spot

"Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle" and "Insidious: The Last Key" push "Star Wars: The Last Jedi" from the top spot, even as it becomes the top-grossing film of 2017.

New to View: Jan. 9

By Bob Bloom The following Blu-rays and DVDs are being released on Tuesday, Jan. 9, unless otherwise noted: It (Blu-ray + DVD + digital) Details: 2017, Warner Home Video Rated: R, graphic violence, language, disturbing and scary and bloody images The lowdown: It’s no joke that coulrophobia — a fear of clowns — is an […]

Good Times, Clowns and a Fishy Romance: Josh’s Top 10 of 2017

Josh tackles clowns, rare illness and a fishy romance in another top ten films of 2017 list from The Film Yap.

ReelBob: My best of 2017

By Bob Bloom Choosing a top 10 list is more difficult some years than others. As it happens, 2017 is one of those more difficult years. Many films touched me, making me laugh or cry, taking me to worlds that — though they were cinematic — felt real and all-encompassing. So, here are my top […]