Love the Coopers is not a perfect film, but it has a level of nostalgia that brings home the dysfunctional love of family around the holidays.
A film that could be overwhelmingly technical and boring pulsates with energy, emotion, humor and outrage.
Will Smith’s acting is on point in this film. He is inspirational and transformative.
There has been a lot of anticipation around the newest collaboration between the husband/ wife duo of Brad and Angelina, but does it live up to the hype?
Matt Marshall returns to Middle-earth one last time in "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies - Extended Edition."
Matt Marshall sees if 007 still has a licence to thrill in the 24th James Bond film, 'Spectre.'
Every single American needs to see this film, not for the controversy and not for the fact that it is a Michael Moore film, but just to be an informed citizen of the United States and the world.
It is almost as if they ran out of time / money and had to work with what little they had to wrap up this film.
With two incredible lead actresses and a beautifully written and shot story, this is sure to be an Oscar contender for 2015.