Spider Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider Man: Into the Spider-Verse

Spider Man: Into the Spider-Verse is the most visually inventive, staggeringly creative movie I’ve seen all year. This animated masterpiece thrills as the latest installment in the Spider Man story, this time with a younger multi-racial kid bitten by the radioactive...
Christopher Robin

Christopher Robin

Disney’s Christopher Robin is a sweet, gentle little movie that comes along right when we need it as Director Marc Foster, who gave us the equally charming Finding Neverland a few years ago, has crafted a film that could by no means be considered great but...
A Quiet Place

A Quiet Place

In John Krasinski’s A Quiet Place, the earth has been invaded by violent predators that are blind, hunt by sound and look like the offspring of a demogorgon from Stranger Things and the alien from Predator. The opening scene takes us to a small town where Lee and...
Darkest Hour

Darkest Hour

Once in a while a film comes along that features such a strong central performance that the movie itself is somewhat overlooked (a recent example being Spielberg’s Lincoln with Daniel Day-Lewis giving a towering performance as our 16th president). Darkest Hour,...
Wonder

Wonder

Wonder is the sweet new film from director Stephen Chbosky, based on a novel by R.J. Palacio, that recounts one year in the life of Auggie Pullman as he enters and navigates 5th grade after having been home-schooled up to that point. Auggie suffers from a rare genetic...
Coco

Coco

Pixar. That single word warrants its own sentence (and this one too) because it conveys so much: gorgeous animation, reverence to culture, and the uncanny ability to tackle complex adult emotions in a five-year-old’s forum.  And, true to form, Coco delivers. Your kids...