This is a 5-star movie with the return of Jeff Bridges as a tough Texas Ranger. Click the image to read my entire review.
Inside this Issue: Hell or High Water, Star Trek Beyond, The Secret Life of Pets, Now You See Me 2, Wiener-Dog, The Purge: Election Year, and more.
Three life-long friends plan & carry out a bank robbery when the bank is responsible for one losing his house & all of them their pensions.
Courtesy of the Presbyterian News Service Each year the Academy for Motion Pictures and Sciences nominates five to ten films for the “Best Picture” category. I wish that it were a full ten this year, with the addition of Martin Scorcese’s haunting Silence rounding out the number. This well-filmed story, based on the terrible persecution …
To see a longer review, click onto the titles that are highlighted. Hell or High Water Rated R. Running time: 1 hour 42 min. Proverbs 6:30-31; Romans 6:23. This crime thriller is outstanding due to the excellent cast and its story grounded in the on-going financial crisis in which banks are foreclosing on property owners …
All our favorite characters are in this big screen version of Downton Abbey with so many subplots that I wish it could be a series again.
Spike Lee’s classic Do the Right Thing was released 30 years ago but seems as relevant today. Click the movie title to read my entire review.
Peter Parker is torn between Nick Fury calling him to fight & his desire to take part in hisclass trip to Europe when Mysterio offers to take his place.
LENTON REFLECTIONS for HOLY WEEK: Our final week of Lenten reflections on faith and film is ready now. Click on the title of this week’s collection to read all seven reflections.
On an Indian reservation a rookie FBI female agent asks the local game tracker to help her discover who raped & murdered a teenage girl whose barefoot body he had found frozen in the snow.