Some movies are feel-good the whole way through. Others are just sad. Others still take you through ups and downs to leave you sighing because you have just experienced life as it is, or almost anyway. This film is definitely one of those. I won’t call it feel good but it can still be called […]
My Rating: 7/10 Storks Cast Andy Samberg, Katie Crown, Kelsey Grammer Directed by Nicholas Stoller, Doug Sweetland Written by Nicholas Stoller Other Info Animation, Adventure, Comedy Rated PG 89min (and no more, thankfully) For grown-ups: For kids: Storks landed in my local theater tonight and I was there with my 2 daughters ages 9 and 11. […]
How does ‘Ashby’ stack up as the latest Mickey Rourke film? The jury is in for this reviewer.
As far as Marvel films go, this is more fun than they are usually allowed to be. It’s definitely fun but not what I had imagined.
The unforgettable sequel to ‘Finding Nemo’ pleases with the introduction of some new hilarious characters, a cute story, and the comedic talent of Ellen Degeneres.
Quick gags and incredible visuals save this Secret and predictable Life of Pets we already knew about.
Eddie the Eagle shows us a silly character, drawn from real events, who shows “anyone can do it.” Unfortunately, most adults know not just anyone can win the olympic gold medal. That puts the film in a bit of a quandry. Still, it’s good fun with a great message to pursue your dreams.
In 1969, things were more open minded than in decades past. It was “The Age of Aquarius” and I imagine couples were delving curiously into open marriage affairs and wife swapping. Title: Bob and Carol and Ted and Alice Number of times I’ve seen it: 1 Genre: Comedy, Drama MPAA Rating: R Year: 1969 Director: […]
Nine Lives is a Disney-like film that reminded me a bit of Beverly Hills Chihuahua. Since I review movies quite a bit, I pay attention to the critics. Since they were not kind to this film, I let it leave theaters. My 9-year-old daughter asked me to watch it with her tonight and I was […]
Here’s one on Netflix to watch! Rachel Bloom stands out in this hilarious and musical series about a young woman who can’t let go of a crush and move on.