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RIDE WITH THEM TO THE ADVENTURE OF YOUR LIFE! On the way to Silverado, four men (Kevin Kline, Scott Glenn, Kevin Costner, Danny Glover) get to know each other and form a union against those who do them wrong. Lawrence Kasdan successfully took on an erotic thriller (Body Heat) and a nostalgic drama (The Big … Continue reading Silverado

Solo: A Star Wars Story

A young Han Solo (Alden Ehrenreich) joins a band of misfits led by Tobias Beckett (Woody Harrelson), as he tries to find a way to return to the planet where he lost a girl (Emilia Clarke) he loved. The X-Men Origins: Wolverine of the Star Wars franchise, this 3D spin-off and prequel to Star Wars … Continue reading Solo: A Star Wars Story


REVENGE IS SWEET… AND LOW. When her husband (Ed Begley, Jr.) leaves her for a glamorous romance novelist (Meryl Streep), an oppressed housewife (Roseanne Barr) decides to get even. This Hollywood adaptation of a British novel looks like it was directed by Danny DeVito; it has the same kind of mean-spirited humor that he loves. … Continue reading She-Devil

Stranger Than Fiction

HAROLD CRICK ISN’T READY TO GO. PERIOD.  IRS agent Harold Crick (Will Ferrell) lives a very dull life until the day when he hears a woman in his head narrating everything he does; she is a famous author (Emma Thompson) who’s contemplating how to kill her character. Director Marc Forster’s imaginative film has a typical … Continue reading Stranger Than Fiction

The Bostonians

Boston, 1875; Basil Ransome (Christopher Reeve), a Mississippi lawyer, is visiting his cousin (Vanessa Redgrave) who takes him to a meeting held by women’s-rights activists where he falls for the movement’s most promising speaker, Verena Tarrant (Madeleine Potter). A story ripe with conflict, as both Basil and Olive are in love with Verena and the … Continue reading The Bostonians

Yours, Mine & Ours

18 KIDS, ONE HOUSE, NO WAY. Frank Beardsley (Dennis Quaid) meets his high school sweetheart Helen North (Rene Russo) again; the widowed couple fall in love and move into a new house… along with their 18 children. A Raja Gosnell-ified remake of a classic 1968 family film, meaning every real emotion has been replaced with … Continue reading Yours, Mine & Ours