Showing posts from January, 2018

Shock Girl: Aesthetically flashy "Like Me" doesn't make a clear point

The Running Men and Women: "The Death Cure" an engaging, satisfying closer to a middle-of-the-road trilogy

Re-Heat: Familiar, long-winded "Den of Thieves" at least gets the job done

Step Away From Your Children: "Mom & Dad" gleefully depraved and bonkers with Nicolas Cage at his Cage-iest

Fur Everyone: "Paddington 2" a rare delight that's just as wonderful

The Neeson Express: "The Commuter" fun and amusingly preposterous before going off the rails

Dream Reality: "Before I Wake" a poignant horror fable with allegorical underpinnings

Elise Goes Home: Lin Shaye only reason for completists to check out “Insidious: The Last Key”

Not Fake News: "The Post" timely, finely crafted and superbly acted