Tagged: Michael Caine

Movie Review: ‘Going In Style’

Andrew Payne reviews Going In Style, a new comedy caper that shows we can get more fun with age.

Read More »

Movie Review: ‘Youth’

'Youth' is a vibrant, and moving film that's not to be missed for lovers of great cinema. Scott Youngbauer reviews the Paolo Sorrentino masterpiece.

Read More »

The 2016 Oscar Race: Top Performances to Watch For

Scott Youngbauer examines the Oscar race with these not to miss performances.

Read More »

Movie Review: “Stonehearst Asylum”

In Stonehearst Asylum Dr. Edward Newgate embarks on an apprenticeship that turns into more than he bargained for.

Read More »

Review: ‘Now You See Me’

'Now You See Me', the new star-studded caper flick from action-man, Louis Letterier, is a fun and fast-moving romp. Just don't expect any depth.

Read More »

Review: ‘The Dark Knight Rises’ to the Top

Director Christopher Nolan and gang saved the best for last in The Dark Knight Rises, bringing the intense, brooding superhero franchise to a satisfying conclusion, says Kit Bowen in her review.

Read More »

Review: ‘Journey 2’ is Popcorn Family Fun

Journey 2: The Mysterious Island won’t tax your brain in any way; it’s just an enjoyable ride. And there's also a Looney Tunes animated short before the film. Kit Bowen has the review.

Read More »

Will The Real Sherlock Holmes Please Stand Up?

Ed Haley takes a look at past Sherlock Holmes portrayals, from Basil Rathbone to Rupert Everett to Robert Downey Jr.

Read More »

Too Much Violence, Not Enough of a Movie

Two-time Oscar winner Michael Caine stars in Harry Brown, about a loving husband turned vigilante on the rough streets of London. But while Caine puts in a strong performance, Louis Allred says the film devolves into a violent killing spree without any balance.

Read More »