Travelers Three stars, now on SKY Cinema & NOW TV, Cert 12A We may not have fully covered it yet, but the filmmakers seem certain that humanity will need to take refuge in space. The concept provided a rich vein of cinematic inspiration, and Colin Farrell is the latest actor to rocket. Neil Burger’s movie, …

the guilty (15A) stars Jake Gyllenhaal as Joe Baylor, an LAPD detective who is currently working late at a 911 call center while awaiting a hearing for unspecified indiscretions. Abrupt and indifferent as he deals with the audience, Joe is energized when he takes a call from Emily (Riley Keough), who whispers that she has …

THE MANY SAINTS OF NEWARK: 3 STARS “The Many Saints of Newark,” the sprawling big-screen prequel to the iconic TV series “The Sopranos,” looks more like a pilot for a new show than the origin story of one of the most famous families. famous television. Divided into three parts, “The Many Saints of Newark” uses …

From left to right: Gomez Addams (voiced by Oscar Isaac), Wednesday Addams (Chloë Grace Moretz), Uncle Fester (Nick Kroll), Morticia Addams (Charlize Theron), Lurch (Conrad Vernon), Pugsley Addams (Javon Walton), Grandma (Bette Midler) and It (Snoop Dogg) in “The Addams Family 2” Courtesy of Metro Goldwyn Mayer Photos By Katie Walsh | Tribune press service …

Laudatory reviews for the long delay of the james bond film No time to die could finally draw people away from Netflix and into theaters. Timing can dictate the success or failure of a big-budget release, and the industry has struggled to maintain the suspense around a film that was originally scheduled to shoot in …

Jake Gyllenhaal’s new thriller, the guilty, has a healthy cast list that includes Ethan Hawke, Riley Keough, Paul Dano, Peter Sarsgaard, Eli Goree, comedian Bill Burr and the great Da’Vine Joy Randolph (Dolemite is my name). You won’t see any in the movie. You will however hear quite a few. Randolph as a tired dispatcher …

“Cry Macho” (Drama: 1 hour, 44 minutes) With: Clint Eastwood, Eduardo Minett, Natalia Traven and Dwight Yoakam Director: Clint Eastwood Classified: PG-13 (Wholesale, violence and thematic elements) Movie Review: “Cry Macho” is an adaptation of the 1975 novel by N. Richard Nash. Clint Eastwood movies are always rewarding because they tell straight-line stories. They omit …

BY CHRISTOPHER STAMMGUEST REVIEW Smart (Now showing in theaters) Rated R – For themes of language, violence, gore and adults.Well my friends, that moment has returned. Summer is ending, the weather is getting colder, Walmart has Halloween decorations for sale, and horror movies have started pouring into theaters.The first to walk out the door this …

CRY MACHO: 2 ½ STARS Clint Eastwood is legendary in Hollywood for his pragmatic approach to cinema. It’s not Stanley Kubrick who would do 200 takes in one head, or Christopher Nolan whose camera technique is sharp. His straightforward approach to storytelling often gives his films a unique energy, a style born of confidence and …

I see Paul Giamatti playing Alexander Parish, the self-proclaimed art dealer and “sleeper hunter” who searches for underrated finds at estate sales and auctions. He finds the “Salvator Mundi” at an auction in New Orleans and buys it for only $ 1,175. It is in very poor condition, but he thinks it could be an …