Elisabeth Moss is on the run from her invisible husband in a re-invention of the classic Universal monster. The premise and trailer make this new Universal Pictures look a hit or miss, but THE INVISIBLE MAN is one of the most suspensful and entertaining horror films in a long time. Watch the full movie review below.
While an interesting watch, THE NIGHT CLERK fails to provide a protagonist to root for. As much as the film attempts to extensively validate the reasons behind the lead character's voyeuristic ways, it's still too creepy to get past it.
First time feature film director Anthony Jerjen takes on the opioid crisis in INHERIT THE VIPER starring Josh Hartnett. While it is an interesting watch, the story ends before the crime thriller materializes.
The holiday selection at movie theaters are aplenty every year, but this holiday season boasts exceptionally great films competing for your dollars. To help you decide which movie to catch during the holiday break, here's my picks broken down by genre.
The Skywalker saga comes to a close with STAR WARS: THE RISE OF SKYWALKER. By the conclusion, EPISODE IX leaves you feeling emotionally satisfied despite the flawed story. Watch the video review below.
After making Disney's live-action ALADDIN, Guy Ritchie needed a testosterone fix, and the result is THE GENTLEMEN starring the manliest of men - Matthew McConaughey, Charlie Hunnam, Henry Golding, Jeremy Strong, Eddie Marsan, Colin Farrell, Hugh Grant and one lady Michelle Dockery.
On this week's episode of "Film Critics Weekly" on YouTube's Popcorn Talk, host Scott Menzel invited CineMovie and Desde Hollywood's Nestor Bentancor to discuss our top ten favorite films of the decade. It was an eclectic mix of picks with mainstream, indie and foreign feature films. So if you're looking to add movies to your watch list as the decade wraps up, there are some good choices in this video. If you want to cheat, scroll down below for my 10 picks.