Posts Tagged ‘the film yap’
Tyler Perry's latest "Madea" escapade slapped the "Jack Reacher" out of the top spot in the box office race.
The horror film "Lights Out," the action-suspense thriller "Nerve" and a lackluster "Independence Day" sequel lead this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
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.
“Occupy, Texas” is a family drama with just enough bite to keep it from being too saccharine.
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.
An unpleasant comedy that struggles to be dark as it looks at individuals who live in the world of competitive trivia.
A documentary that looks at California's juvenile justice system, its impact and three youths who are part of that system.
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.
The HBO miniseries "The Night Of," season one of the TV series "Guilt" and Bryan Cranston in "The Infiltrator" lead this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.
The blandly adapted "Legend of Tarzan," the final season of "Mike & Molly" & the blah sequel "X-Men: Apocalypse" lead this week's new Blu-ray and DVD releases.