Meryl Streep’s borderline scenery-chewing performance heads up this dark dramedy featuring a number of A-list actors.
A moving and harrowing tribute to those who daily put their lives on the line for their country.
Stop Dreaming. Start Living.
If “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty” was a woman, I would marry her.
Inspiring, beautiful, quirky and clever, “Mitty” makes me laugh and makes me cry. It challenges me to look at the world differently, helps me appreciate life more, and gives me hope for the future.
Is it perfect? Maybe not.
But hey, that’s marriage.
A moving history lesson that narrowly succeeds as a tribute to the life of Nelson Mandela.
This joyous celebration of the struggles that accompany bringing art to life is a spoonful of sugar.
Is it even possible for a David O. Russell-directed drama with Jennifer Lawrence, Christian Bale, Bradley Cooper, Amy Adams, and Jeremy Renner to fall flat on its face? Apparently.
Does the holiday season already depress you? Well, here’s the perfect movie for you.
An admirable little film that is both bleak and hopeful.
The gang is back together! And they’re staying classy.
A delightfully simple road-trip dramedy from Alexander Payne.
Still trying to capture that good ol’ “Lord of the Rings” magic.
A mediocre drama with top-notch performances from Christian Bale, Woody Harrelson, and Casey Affleck.
A moving journey through grief with the unlikeliest of duos.
A heart-wrenching and brutal look at our nation’s greatest atrocity.
Quite possibly one of the most stunning and beautifully simple films ever made.
A flawed but gritty look at the rise of the AIDS epidemic in the 1980’s, led by a forceful performance from Matthew McConaughey.
A sentimental, if hokey, Christmas movie for the whole family.
Disney returns to form with this delightful new sing-along adventure.
By now, Disney has the whole “princess-movie” thing down to a science. They tend to know what works, and what doesn’t. Even though it may hit all the same notes as those that came before it, “Frozen” still enchants throughout and manages to recapture that classic Disney spirit.
The Hunger Games: All-Stars Edition.
The Girl on Fire is back- and she’s being forced to go through hell all over again.
A heartfelt, hilarious, and original “coming-of-age” story that enchants throughout.
“The Way Way Back” may seem like a familiar tale– an awkward teen struggles to find his independence as he transitions from boy to man— but the seemingly simplistic story carries with it a depth and poignancy that’s easily relatable (and truly delightful to see unfold).