The First Purge

Have we already begun our version of the Purge by separating children from their parents in the name of domestic security?

Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom

Though it’s far from a great movie, who doesn’t enjoy watching dinosaurs devour a few bad guys.  But let me warn you that this may be too horrifying for younger children.

Dunkirk

If you majored in history in college as I did, this film teaches you more about an event in World War II than you will ever learn in a textbook.

Hearts Beat Loud

This little film defines why I love going to the movies.

Hotel Artemis

The only creative thing about this film is the inventive name of the characters ranging from Waikiki, Niagara, Honolulu, Acapulco and Everest.

The Incredibles 2

What I love about Pixar is its ability to bring animated films to the big screen that both kids and adults will like.

The Little Hours

This is a story about three young nuns in 14th Century Spain whose sexual angst becomes a bit of a problem. Interestingly, none of them remotely cared.

Won’t You Be My Neighbor?

This incredible film may prove to be one of the most meaningful documentaries ever made.

First Reformed

This was one of those films that left you feeling that it was a class assignment where you were required to write a paper outlining your reaction.