Captain Marvel (PG-13) ★★★

90s Nostalgia & Feminism Pack into a Space-Comic Book Tale

Captain Marvel is the latest entry in the Marvel Comic Universe, which is arguably the most successful film franchise and has certainly generated the most … Read more

The Favourite (R) ★★★½

Not Your Parent’s Period Drama

Every year it seems there are several costume dramas that feature aristocracy, romance and palace intrigue. The latest drama, The Favourite checks all of those boxes, but that is where … Read more

On the Basis of Sex (PG-13) ★★★

Entertaining & Influential

Justices on the Supreme Court do not often reach celebrity status or earn fun monikers, but that is not the case with Ruth Bader Ginsburg or “the Notorious RBG” as the media … Read more

Vice (R) ★★½

Vice Amuses and Confuses  

After a second plane crashed into the World Trade Center, Vice President Dick Cheney was whisked away to a secure bunker with other members of the National Security Council. After hearing … Read more

Ben is Back (R) ★★★½

Julia Roberts at The Top of Her Game

Audiences are in for an extra dose of reality this holiday season with, Ben is Back. Starring the legendary Julia Roberts (Wonder, 2017) as Holly Burns … Read more

Roma (R) ★★★★

An Emotional Portrait of Director Alfonso Cuarón’s Childhood, “Roma” is a Must-See Masterpiece

Inspired by his upbringing in 1970s Mexico City, Academy Award-winning director Alfonso Cuarón (Gravity, Children of Men) created a cinematic … Read more

Green Book (PG-13) ★★★★

Both Heartbreaking and Heartwarming, Green Book Delivers Knockout Performances

One of the most tried-and-true movie formulas is the road movie: where the main characters set out on a trip that will change their perspective or … Read more

Free Solo (PG-13) ★★★★

A Sensational Documentary That Will Have Audiences Clenching

Although the film Free Solo is technically a documentary and has nothing to do with Star Wars’ Han Solo, it’s difficult to refer to a Hollywood film … Read more

Sicario: Day of the Soldado (R) ★★½ by J. DeLong

Sicario: Day of the Soldado – Too Soon

When Sicario came out in the fall of 2015, it was a critical and commercial success with outstanding performances and a visual flair from the filmmakers. The … Read more

Annihilation (R) ★★★

Although a Box Office Disappointment, Annihilation is Worth Renting

If you missed Annihilation when it hit theaters in February, you are not alone. The sci-fi / horror flick came out at the same time that … Read more

Set It Up (TV-14) ★★★

Netflix Sets Itself Up for a Future in Rom-Coms

It seems as though finding a healthy work-life balance is a struggle for many Americans these days. People are constantly on the go and connected to … Read more

Avengers: Infinity War (PG-13) ★★★½ by J. DeLong

Avengers: Infinity Wars Sets New Bar for Superhero Spectacles

To call the film, Avengers: Infinity War a blockbuster movie is frankly an understatement at this point. The movie reportedly cost $300 million to make, which … Read more

Isle of Dogs (PG-13) ★★★

Isle of Dogs is a Treat for Audiences 

When people go to see a Wes Anderson film there are a few things they come to expect – clever dialogue, ornate sets, and scenes, and…at some … Read more

Hostiles (R) ★★½

Western Film Goes South

During the settling of this country, American Indians were often described as “savages” based on their fearsome reputation. While this connotation certainly struck fear in many, in reality, atrocities were committed … Read more

The Shape of Water (R) ★★★

With 13 Nominations “The Shape of Water” Makes An Oscar Splash

Conventional wisdom tells us monsters are bad. They are strange, terrifying and are typically the villains of stories. This is not how Guillermo Del … Read more

Phantom Thread (R) ★★★

Daniel Day-Lewis’s Final Curtain Call

Daniel Day-Lewis is generally considered the greatest actor of his generation and some consider Paul Thomas Anderson to be the greatest director of his generation. When these two collaborated ten … Read more

Molly’s Game (R) ★★★

Try Your Hand at Molly’s Game

Molly’s Game is the true story of the rise, fall and redemption of Molly Bloom, who by the age of 26 was dubbed the “Poker Princess” for organizing high-stakes … Read more

The Post (PG-13) ★★★

The Post Defends the Freedom of the Press

Although people rail against journalists and media for having bias, leaking stories, or disseminating fake news, it’s hard to imagine a democracy without the press working to … Read more

I, Tonya (R) ★★★½

“I, Tonya” Ranks High on the Scale

Olympic figure skater, Tonya Harding, was one of the most hated people in America in the early 90s due to one of the most astonishing scandals in sports. … Read more

Marshall (PG-13) ★★★

Marshall: Educational & Entertaining

Fast-rising actor, Chadwick Boseman (Captain America: Civil War, 2017), sure has his historical portrayals down. After playing baseball great, Jackie Robinson in 42 (2013) and musician James Brown in … Read more

Blade Runner 2049 (R) ★★½

Visually Stunning, but a Long Time Running 

The original Blade Runner, released in 1982, was a groundbreaking film that masterfully weaved elements from science fiction, detective stories, and even philosophy. It is considered a … Read more

Ingrid Goes West (R) ★★★

Narcissism at Its Finest

Social media outlets like Instagram and Facebook can be a great way to stay in touch with people and share experiences with friends and family (and strangers). Social media can also … Read more

Detroit (R) ★★★

Detroit: When 1967 Meets 2017

When most people talk about the civil rights movement, they are usually referring to the work of activists to counter racism in the South. But African-Americans didn’t face injustice solely … Read more

Atomic Blonde (R) ★★★

Atomic Blonde Provides Explosive Action This Summer

Charlize Theron, may be an Oscar-winning actress, but she might be better known as an action star with her recent performances in The Fate of the Furious and … Read more