Category Archive: Movies

10 Cloverfield Lane

The upcoming movie trailers we get before the start of every feature can either be a great advantage or a great disadvantage. I have complained more than once about how the trailer ruined… Continue reading

Zootopia

This weekend Disney’s Pixar invites us to another fantastic world of their creation. Zootopia is the vast city where animals of all species big and small come together to live in a present… Continue reading

Eddie the Eagle

This weekend Eddie the Eagle ‘fly’s’ onto the big screen as a heartwarming and inspiring underdog story about real life Michael Edwards, who, in 1988, became the first ski jumper to represent Great… Continue reading

Deadpool

Hold on! I haven’t forgotten an update this weekend! It’s just kinda sorta late is all…but well worth the wait. Valentines weekend brought us the release of Deadpool in all it’s R-rated foul-mouthed,… Continue reading

Jane Got a Gun

Jane Got a Gun seemingly comes out of nowhere as a dark western drama starring Natalie Portman (Thor, Black Swan, Anywhere but Here) and Joel Edgerton (The Gift, The Great Gatsby *2013, Warrior).… Continue reading

Ride Along 2

Ride Along 2 stars Ice Cube (Boyz N the Hood, Are We Done Yet?, Three Kings) and Kevin Hart (About Last Night, The Five-Year Engagement, This is the End) returning for a sequel… Continue reading

The Hateful 8

This weekend came the release of The Hateful 8 by Quentin Tarantino. Oh a lot of people were waiting for this one and why not? It’s Quentin Tarantino! We’re about to see something… Continue reading

Krampus

First review in a good minute and I am ready to jump back into it with a good one! It’s that time of year again: Christmas movie time! But Krampus mixes things up… Continue reading

The Peanuts Movie

“Good grief!” Why did it take so long for us to have another Peanuts movie? Maybe because the world wanted a classic to remain a classic and not have any new flashy up-to-date… Continue reading

The Last Witch Hunter

Do you know that feeling of going into a movie theater and just being completely confused from the very start? Unfortunately some movies like to leave you in this trance of ‘what the… Continue reading

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    • Laemmle Theatres Arthouse Chain No Longer Seeking Buyer November 22, 2019
      Los Angeles-based arthouse chain Laemmle Theatres has stopped seeking a buyer, four months after putting itself on the sales block amid slow sales. Greg Laemmle, president of the 81-year-old exhibitor, announced the development Thursday. He told Variety that discussions with an unidentified buyer had reached an advanced stage but fell apart and that there ha […]
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