Neil Diamond announced today that he is retiring from touring. The American legend is hanging up his guitar and sequined shirts immediately to confront a diagnosis of Parkinson’s Disease. Diamond will fade from public review as he dives into treatments he hopes will extend his life. The movie world keenly […]

The Jazz Singer, Neil Diamond, Retires From Touring – World ...

There is something extraordinary that I, Tonya does in under two hours that could not be done in two decades. It builds sympathy for Tonya Harding, who as we learn in the film that opens nationally today, was the number one skater in the world for a period of time. […]

I, Tonya Review: A Force of Cinematic Nature

There’s something truly moving about witnessing modern U.S. soldiers riding horses into battle that recalls war films from another era. Sure, there is nothing romantic about armed conflict. But, in the days that followed 9/11, a dozen brave soldiers dropped into Afghanistan to begin the first wave of bringing justice […]

12 Strong Review: A Tepid Taliban Tale

Alicia Vikander, Oscar winner extraordinaire, steps into the kick-ass boots left behind by Angelina Jolie as the Tomb Raider herself, Lara Croft. Warner Bros. has unveiled the latest Tomb Raider trailer and it teases one hell of a ride for the film that lands March 16. This reboot takes us […]

Tomb Raider Trailer: Tick Tick Boom Boom

Sure, we who write about such things are obsessed about Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri and The Shape of Water dueling over who will win Best Picture. Then again, we are also thinking that perhaps Steven Spielberg’s timely and electric The Post could sneak in and win Best Picture. What […]

Oscar Watch: Why Aren’t These Films In The Running?

The second chapter in J.K. Rowling’s five-film series, Fantastic Beasts, has unveiled its first images. They, of course, feature Eddie Redmayne’s Newt Scamander and Katherine Waterson’s Tina Goldstein. Together, the pair are set to traverse the world in search of the most imaginative magical creatures known to the wizarding world. […]

Fantastic Beasts The Crimes of Grindelwald First Images!

Stephen King has never had an adaptation of one of his terror tales quite like what we got in It. The film, which landed in October of 2017, banked $327 million in the United States alone, making it the most successful King page to screen effort by almost five times! […]

It Blu-Ray Review: Float On Home

The Golden Globes are a thing of the past, now our attention turns to the most Oscar pertinent awards, most notably the SAG Awards, Oscars and the BAFTAs. The British Academy unveiled its 2018 nominations and it a similar theme is starting to emerge as director Guillermo del Toro and […]

The Shape of Water Leads BAFTA Nominations, Blade Runner 2049 ...

After the success of The LEGO Movie and The LEGO Batman Movie, expectations could not be higher for The LEGO Ninjago Movie. The film arrives with a legion of fans who eat up every little thing about the Ninja fighting warriors who selflessly contrast their everyday school activities with being […]

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Blu-Ray Review: Kung Fu Fighting