When Hollywood brings a novel to the big screen it can either be a tragedy or a triumph. For “The Book Thief”, director Brian Percival has captured the story line and takes us on a journey of a spirited young girl’s determination.
Friendship is one of the greatest assets you can have in your life, and childhood friends are the best.
The curtain rises and the stage is filled with vibrant colors of turquoises, moss green and one small spec of baby blues — and then right before your eyes are words in flight through dance.
I am usually a little leery of re-makes of cult classic films, but with “Carrie,” director Kimberly Pierce did it justice.
In “12 Years A Slave,” Director Steve McQueen takes us on an uncomfortable path through an era when people treated other human beings differently because of the color of their skin.
Director Greg “Freddy” Camalier will take you on a journey with his documentary of the magical, mystical and musical community in a small town in Alabama. “Muscle Shoals” is the birthplace of some of the greatest music of all time.
David Talbert’s “Baggage Claim” is a hilarious look at love, dating, marriage and finding the right partner.
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.
Summer blockbuster “The Heat” starring Sandra Bullock and Melissa McCarthy is 117 minutes of rated-R fun that will have you in never-ending laughter.
It’s a bird. It’s a plane. It’s Superman! OMG it’s the Adonis – the most gorgeous Superman ever. Henry Cavill (Superman) is and will be every woman’s McDreamy and McSteamy Man of Steel.