Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol 2 Movie Review: This is not a superhero movie in the ponderous mold of DC Comics's Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, or even its fellow Marvel movies centering on Captain America and the Avengers
The Zookeeper's Wife Movie Review: There's not a lot of subtlety in Jessica Chastain's film
The Fate Of The Furious Movie Review: Vin Diesel, Dwayne Johnson's film is exactly what fans have come to expect
Beauty And The Beast Movie Review: The blink-and-you'll-miss-it meet-cute moment for two gay characters is part of this Beauty and the Beast larger sense of expansiveness, wherein exteriors fall away, inner essences come to the fore and true love ensues. And what in this big, boffo, ball-gowned world could be wrong with that?
On set, Jenkins can be a physical director, demonstrating to her actors - including star Gal Gadot as Wonder Woman - the precise hand-to-hand combat moves she's looking for. She also summons the emotional truths she's seeking from Diana Prince, a woman who might be new to this patriarchal civilization, yet rarely abandons her sword or her sense of powerful self-possession
Alien: Covenant, like Prometheus before it, mines a nearly-40-year-old mythology in an effort to keep a hugely successful franchise running
In Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 2 opening credits scene, Baby Groot (as minimally voiced by Vin Diesel) dances to the ELO hit Mr. Blue Sky. Landing the rights to the track, though, was not entirely blue skies
Of all the late-night comedians, it's Jimmy Kimmel who thus far has had the most influence in a serious political conversation in the Trump era. And he didn't do it with an impersonation or a particularly epic takedown or a meta-prank, but with an emotional, monologue about his son's heart condition