Screenwriter J.K. Rowling ensures the adaptation is richer than the textbook upon which it is based.
‘The Girl on the Train’ was 2015’s big literary hit. It might not be 2016’s big cinematic hit, but it’s a fine adaptation.
Seven years after the landing of Flight 1549, ‘Sully’ reminds us what a truly miraculous day that was.
A sort-of anti-‘Justice League’ works undercover black ops for the United States government in ‘Suicide Squad,’ another disappointing entry in the DC cinematic universe.
No sense sitting home in the sweltering heat, here’s a look a some of Hollywood’s summer offering.
It’s the start of summer in Hollywood; and everything old is new again.
A wonderful adaption based on the works of Jane Austen.
After a string of flops, Clooney and Roberts hope to turn the tide with ‘Money Monster.’
April brought cinematic showers, here’s a quick look at some of May’s film flowers.
‘The Huntsman: Winter’s War’–If ‘Frozen’ and ‘The Lord of the Rings’ had a kid, it would look like this. But would it be this stupid?