At least once a year comes a film that falls into the category of classic and “Me and Earl and the Dying Girl” is definitely on that list.
Black or White tells the story of Eloise, a bi-racial child being raised by her recently-widowed white grandfather Kevin Costner.
Selma is a refresher course for some of America’s most turmoil times and a lesson on the civil rights movement.
I had a lot of doubt if the movie would contain substance, but to my surprise it’s one of my favorites of the year.
Based on Zane’s first and best-selling novel, Addicted is a tantalizing and seductive story of a successful business woman Zoe (Sharon Leal) who struggles with a secretive lifestyle that borders on self destruction in every phase of her life.
Coming off the blockbuster movie The Help, director Tate Taylor has done it again with this biopic of soul brother No. 1, James Brown.
I’m sitting at my desk and am overwhelmed at the loss of America’s academic and creative poet laureate Dr. Maya Angelou.
This week’s movie review features an interesting love triangle that turns into a hysterical comedy.
If you are fan of author Tom Clancy there’s no doubt you will love Jack Ryan: Shadow Recruit. It is always great when a movie gives you the history of a character and how they develop.
This movie quietly debuted without much fanfare, but it is one of the most thought provoking films to hit the big screen in a while.