While the most notable day of the week would be Cinco de Mayo, there aren’t too many movies that tie back to the recognizable day. However, there are 7 other days to celebrate that pair with the perfect film for that day:Read More →
There are some huge movies on the slate to kick off the 2017 summer movie season. There are big box office expectations for 3 sequels (Guardians of the Galaxy,Vol. 2, Alien: Covenant and Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales) and Amy Schumer returns to the cinema to see if she can repeat the kind of success she had with Trainwreck in Snatched. All in all, there are 9 movies expected to see a wide release and 25 movies on the release schedule. Here’s the full list of films coming out in May:Read More →
Even though there are 10 releases this week, it’s not a great week for big movies. There are 3 Oscar nominees in the mix with a Best Animated Feature nominee The Red Turtle joined by Best Documentary nominee I Am Not Your Negro and Best Foreign Language Film winner The Salesman. We’re still suffering the residual effect of January as the movies released during dump month are now finding their way into the home video market. Here’s what to buy, rent, stream and skip for the week of May 2:Read More →
Hot Take: It takes a little bit for this comedy to get going but once the laughs start coming, they don’t stop. How To Be A Latin Lover exudes joy in its performances and has an unexpectedly sweet center that is endearing.
Preconceived notions are the enemy of a lot of films. I know I walked into How To Be A Latin Lover expecting to find a lot wrong with the film based solely on the trailer. The film is about a man who decides he’s never going to work and, instead, find a rich woman to take care of his financial needs by giving her sexual attention. Come on! Can you blame me for expecting the worst?Read More →