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Who’s watching you? A ‘Snowden’ review

October 6, 2016 Hero? Traitor? Perhaps, both? In “Snowden,” cyber manipulation explodes with the equivalent of a nuclear device for which the security-balancing-freedom pendulum implodes in a world where data... more »»

Take a trip back in time with Flashback

August 31, 2016 Once upon a time a young director named George Lucas made a film that chronicled Sixties youth through its cruisin’’ and race car culture and Rock Around the Clock soundtrack that included music... more »»

September’s big screen offerings full of drama

August 31, 2016 By Tony Rutherford Spring and summer have been super-ific and pet-tastic. On one hand, a cluster of superhero (“Batman v. more »»

A peek at the upcoming ‘Suicide Squad’

August 1, 2016 The Marvel Universe’s offbeat, edgy, rag tag “Guardians of the Galaxy” shook the stratosphere on August 1, 2014. more »»

Women kick butt in ‘Ghostbusters’ revamp

August 1, 2016 OK, let’s answer the signature question first: Is the new “Ghostbusters” as funny as the 1984 original directed by Ivan Reitman that had Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Harold Ramis and Sigourney Weaver... more »»

Review: ‘Star Trek Beyond’ a sci-fi thrill ride

August 1, 2016 Space. The final frontier. These are the voyages of the Starship Enterprise.... more »»

Review: ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’

June 29, 2016 Duck, cover and hold your head would do little good against a 3,000-mile mothership of space invaders back for a knock out punch on Earth. more »»

Reality and Fantasy Collide in Central Intelligence

June 29, 2016 When reports made the broadcast rounds about the Orlando shooter and his earlier years, The Washington Post found information that stated that in high school he was bullied as overweight then slimme... more »»

Super heroes: The international language?

May 25, 2016 As the song’s lyrics go, "You don't tug on Superman's cape..." inferring that once should not trounce American heroic icons. "Batman v. more »»

‘Jungle Book’ puts viewer in the action

April 27, 2016 You’ll have to admit that Disney’s visit back to the rumbling jungle has shaken up all the wild animals. more »»

Hard to warm up to characters in ‘Winter’s War’

April 27, 2016 You’ve heard the phrase, “mirror, mirror on the wall... who’s the fairest of them all?” It has lead to a classic fairy tale that inserts “vanity, vanity, all is vanity” warnings throughout. more »»

Review: ‘Divergent’ series latest ‘Allegiant’

April 5, 2016 Pessimists reign in the latest installment of the Divergent series "Allegiant" in which a Trump Tower-less Chicago has become the perceived center of a post-Apocalyptic world where young people are... more »»

Political agendas abound in Oscar noms

January 28, 2016 2016's impending elections have dominated news channels and political blogs, but many of the Academy Award nominations have social agendas that reflect headlines. more »»

Star Wars reawakens audiences

December 30, 2015 Gentlemen and ladies, boys and girls grab your light sabers ... more »»

Wrapping up the year at the box office

November 30, 2015 Cinematically, 2015 brought a refreshing, less franchise-dominated slate of wide marketing triumphs, allowing filmmakers to shoot for blockbuster and tent pole contenders with an accent on character... more »»

Hanks and Murray two to watch on big screen

November 3, 2015 BRIDGE OF SPIES Academy Award-winner Tom Hanks goes from a virtually unknown figure as successful Brooklyn insurance defense attorney James Donovan to a man branded with hate for zealously serving... more »»

The zombies are coming..

September 30, 2015 Horror films evoke supernatural excursions where ghosts, demons, vampires and zombies call forth terrors from legendary other world inhabitants. more »»

Millennials reverse business roles in ‘The Intern’

September 30, 2015 Has the spread of technology rewritten business and personal communication for the betterment of society? Writer/producer/director Nancy Meyers (“It’s Complicated,” “The Holiday,” “Something’s Gotta... more »»

Fall movies promise to be a real fright fest

August 31, 2015 When serial killers — whether Jason, Freddy or a generic Boogeyman — haunted silver screens, viewers knew which of the teens in jeopardy would be the next up for slaughte. more »»

Reviews: ‘Pixels’ and ‘Paper Town’

July 30, 2015 Pixels Are you afraid of ghosts? How about a crunching, blocky, unstoppable Pac-Man? Yellow up! Describing “Pixels” feels weir. more »»

Top box office hits are on the mark

June 24, 2015 Inside Out Exceeding the animation edge, Pixar's "Inside Out" goes for a twist on the inside-her-head conconcept by probing the brain of happy Midwesterner, 11-year-old Riley Anderson (voiced by... more »»



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October 20, 2014 What’s black and white and pink all over? The initiative by Penguin Random House called Read Pink® in honor of Breast Cancer Awareness Month (October)! Today the scientific community has left... more »

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