Latest 4 star movies

  • Jurassic Park 3D

    With Jurassic Park 3D, Spielberg will once again make audiences believe (if only for a second) that dinosaurs can still rule the Earth – or at least the box office.

    (37) by Ben Kendrick
  • Side Effects

    Side Effects isn’t just a clever film, there’s beauty in its execution – even if attempts to come full circle undercut some of the more interesting moral quandaries raised along the way.

    (30) by Ben Kendrick
  • Zero Dark Thirty

    It’s easy to name ZDT as one of the best films of 2012.

    (71) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Les Misérables

    What Hooper and Co. have created is impressive in its own right, and the streamlined and insightful take on Hugo’s novel opens up the story in new ways that distinguish this version.

    (177) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Monsters, Inc. 3D

    There’s really little reason to check out Monsters, Inc. 3D in… well, 3D, rather than going for a good old-fashioned 2D screening instead.

    (4) by Sandy Schaefer
  • The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey

    If The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey is any indication of what’s to come, Lord of the Rings faithfuls have reason to be hopeful that the director will create another captivating round of adventures.

    (178) by Ben Kendrick
  • Silver Linings Playbook

    Silver Linings Playbook paves a highly entertaining road to recovery for its characters, which you will be glad you helped sponsor.

    (24) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Life of Pi

    If you aren’t put-off by the idea of exploring some new age concepts about life and spirituality, then this a film the entire family will enjoy during the holiday season.

    (59) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Skyfall

    Scene to scene, moment to moment, the movie offers one of the richest and most interesting Bond adventures.

    (162) by Ben Kendrick
  • Lincoln

    Lincoln is easily recommendable to those hoping for an intriguing and wittily-humorous look at a very pivotal (and still very relevant) point in U.S. history.

    (86) by Kofi Outlaw
  • The Sessions

    Moviegoers interested in a film that deals with sex and love in what is both an unembarrassed and good-humored manner should very much consider giving this one a look.

    (13) by Sandy Schaefer
  • Wreck-It-Ralph

    Wreck-It-Ralph enjoys a healthy ratio of accessible character drama and goofy gaming gags – resulting in an exceptionally entertaining, and heartfelt, animated adventure.

    (46) by Ben Kendrick
  • Flight

    In reality, the film isn’t at all the “action-packed mystery thriller” described in the official synopsis, but a mixture of character study and morality play.

    (24) by Sandy Schaefer
  • Cloud Atlas

    This is a unique blockbuster experience and is the type of bold choice in filmmaking that (in my opinion) deserves to be applauded

    (116) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Argo

    Affleck successfully uses history to tap into very real fears (both personal and political) about what may come tomorrow. As a director, he’s three for three, by my count.

    (58) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Frankenweenie

    Frankenweenie is a welcome return to form for Burton, and is bonafide good time at the movies for the old, young, and everybody in between.

    (20) by Kofi Outlaw
  • The Perks of Being a Wallflower

    Viewers who invest in Chbosky’s film will be rewarded with a coming of age story that, because of its commitment to the ugly side of truth, is rife with honesty and captivating drama.

    (25) by Ben Kendrick
  • Looper

    Looper is a pleasurable trip into an interesting vision of the future, where we are treated to a thought-provoking series of questions and scenarios, set against wild sci-fi plot devices.

    (68) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Batman: The Dark Knight Returns

    The Dark Knight Returns, Part 1 is a must-buy for any Batman fan – including those who swear by the comic version of the story.

    (110) by Kofi Outlaw
  • Dredd 3D

    Dredd 3D offers an extremely enjoyable action ride and, for some, might even stand as one of Hollywood’s most entertaining comic book adaptations.

    (86) by Ben Kendrick