It’s complicated. That would be a more fitting title for “Miss Bala,” a remix of the much more impassioned and riveting, “Miss Bala” (2011). Brought to us by "Twilight” director, Catherine Hardwicke, and winning Phoenix Film Festival writer, Gareth Dunnet-Alcocer.
Matthew McConaughey is back with another feature dipped in his special brand of Southern fried gristle. McConaughey excels in films that drip with humidity and damp shirts.
“The Upside” joins the foray of remakes that hope to capitalize on a flipped version of that which was already vetted and brilliant.
“Bumblebee,” one of the most easily recognized and adorable AutoBots, is back in a spin-off that is dripping with gooey feels and a lot of heart between a girl and her transforming robot car.
For those who have followed the Spider-Verse comics that inspired the film, you already know that Marvel will toy with your emotions.
On the surface, “Ralph Breaks the Internet” is a cheerful movie about allowing your loved ones to pursue their dreams even if it inconveniences your expectations.
“Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald” is a fantastic romp through pre-Potter tales and lore. With a screenplay written by J.K. Rowling, fans of the Wizarding World will be thrilled that extreme love and care has been devoted to the franchise’s past and future.
“Bohemian Rhapsody” is an expansive biopic that captures the triumphs, excesses and derelictions of the throttling supernova that was Freddie Mercury, while moralizing his kindness and loyalty to family and fans.
Fans of the Halloween franchise are in for a bumpy ride with the latest installment – the 11th since 1978.
On the surface, "A Star Is Born” is the age-old tale of joy, tragedy and loss. On deeper inspection, it is a story about the power of voice and the choices we make with our voice.