In the summer of 1967, riots broke out in Detroit. The film focuses on a tragedy in the city involving the deaths of 3 innocent black men.
Two men find themselves running from death while trying to take the stand against a merciless leader wanting to take them down.
Four women reconnect over an event in New Orleans and their gone haywire getaway weekend adventure is the theme of the film. Warning: Nudity in the film - inappropriate for children.
War for the Planet of the Apes is the third disappointing installment to the reboot of the Planet of the Apes series.
Lily Collins plays as Ellen who is pushed to find support in a group home for kids with eating disorders to regain her sense of life.
Dunkirk is the lightly fictionalized story of the Battle of Dunkirk during World War II. If you like suspense and a fabulous sound track, this one is for you!
The Big Sick is loosely based off of Kumail Nanjiani’s real life love situation of falling in love with someone his parents wouldn’t at first approve of.
Power couple, Will Ferrell and Amy Poehler run an illegal casino at a friend’s home to earn enough money to pay for their daughter’s expensive college tuition.
Spider-Man: Homecoming is the updated story of Peter Parker’s adventures in high school. It’s a movie worth seeing, but no plot twists or exciting action. Don’t miss, but don’t rush.
Cars 3 is the perfect latest episode and conclusion to the first two Pixar Cars movies. I enjoyed the transition from a focus on Lightning McQueen to the introduction of interesting new characters.