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Don't Worry Darling

A 1950s housewife living with her husband in a utopian experimental community begins to worry that his glamorous company could be hiding disturbing secrets.

Cast: Florence Pugh, Olivia Wilde, Chris Pine

Director: Olivia Wilde

• 2 min


A paraplegic Marine dispatched to the moon Pandora on a unique mission becomes torn between following his orders and protecting the world he feels is his home.

Cast: Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver

Director: James Cameron

• 162 min

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The Woman King

A historical epic inspired by the true events that happened in The Kingdom of Dahomey, one of the most powerful states of Africa in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Viola Davis, Lashana Lynch, Hero Fiennes Tiffin

144 min


A woman staying at an Airbnb discovers that the house she has rented is not what it seems.

Georgina Campbell, Bill Skarsgård, Justin Long

• 31S min

Top Gun: Maverick

After more than thirty years of service as one of the Navy's top aviators, Pete Mitchell is where he belongs, pushing the envelope as a courageous test pilot and dodging the advancement in...

Tom Cruise, Jennifer Connelly, Miles Teller


The story of how Pearl became the vicious killer seen in "X".

David Corenswet, Mia Goth, Emma Jenkins-Purro

• 102 min

Bullet Train

Five assassins aboard a fast moving bullet train find out their missions have something in common.

Karen Fukuhara, Brad Pitt, Zazie Beetz

152 min

See How They Run

In the West End of 1950s London, plans for a movie version of a smash-hit play come to an abrupt halt after a pivotal member of the crew is murdered.

Saoirse Ronan, Sam Rockwell, Harris Dickinson

• 98 min

On the Come Up

Story centers on 16-year-old Bri, who wants to be one of the greatest rappers of all time. Facing controversies and with an eviction notice staring down her family, Bri doesn't just want to...

Jamila Gray, Noa Dior Rucker, Sanaa Lathan

• 115 min


The curtain is pulled back on the millennia-old battle between the organizations of good luck and bad luck that secretly affects everyday lives.

Eva Noblezada, Simon Pegg, Jane Fonda

• 105 min

Minions: The Rise of Gru

The untold story of one twelve-year-old's dream to become the world's greatest supervillain.

Steve Carell, Pierre Coffin, Taraji P. Henson

• 90 min

Coming Soon

The Good House

Life for New England realtor Hildy Good begins to unravel when she hooks up with an old flame of hers from New York. Based on Ann Leary's 'The Good House.'

Sigourney Weaver, Kevin Kline, Morena Baccarin


A fictionalized chronicle of the inner life of Marilyn Monroe.

Ana de Armas, Lucy DeVito, Garret Dillahunt

Black Adam

Nearly 5,000 years after he was bestowed with the almighty powers of the Egyptian gods-and imprisoned just as quickly-Black Adam (Johnson) is freed from his earthly tomb, ready to unleash...

Dwayne Johnson, Sarah Shahi, Viola Davis

Movie Guru's Current Movie Reviews

Since I write many of these briefs the day before the movies are released, what we have here are mostly ruminations on movies I have not yet seen. You will have to decide for yourself if these briefs have any value. I believe the less you know about a movie, the better chance you might enjoy it to the upside. Too many reviewers seem to go out of their ways to ruin for you with way too much information your upcoming movie experience. In fact my D graded Master’s Thesis proposed that reviews should be embargoed until after the opening weekends allowing moviegoers to see the movies fresh and without plot summaries taken right out of the press kits.

  • Pandemic Moviegoing

    Moviegoing is a social event.  Popular movies require large crowds to eek out every last drop of entertainment.  Some of us prefer empty theaters, but most expect their movie experience to include fellow customers.  We are still not there yet except for the big budget, recognizable, Hollywood products like those from Marvel and DC.  Thank goodness for the big screen release of Tom Cruise’s Top Gun: Maverick.  Finally adult audiences have found a movie they really like and have filled the theaters.

  • Avatar Re-release

    When viewed as an exciting and original B action movie, you have to love Avatar.  This re-release is all about getting fans revved up for the December 13 opening of James Cameron’s sequel The Way of Water.

  • Don’t Worry Darling

    Olivia Wilde’s controversial new film which seems to be all about Harry Styles spitting on Chris Pine and Shia LeBeouf getting fired in order to keep Florence Pugh from quitting the movie.  The preview makes the film seem like a Stepford Wives offshoot but I assume it is much deeper than that enjoyable contrivance.

  • Bullet Train

    I have to say the last thirty minutes of mayhem make up for the first 90 minutes of death and disaster.   If you can’t find something else you want to attend and wanton destruction is your cup of tea, you will not be disappointed.   Let’s put it this way.  We have had two buy out screenings  by Division 1 college football teams and they each won their next games.

  • Woman King

    A surprising Viola Davis super charged action performance as the leader of an elite African female force that fights to protect their people from the slave trade.  Based on the true story it seems unbelievable while you watch the movie.

  • Dragon Ball Z Super: Super Hero

    I am not in love with Dragon Ball Z or with the title of this movie, but I will admit that the grandkids enjoyed the movie very much.   For some reason the Cinemark South Point during its second week is playing it six times dubbed and one show sun-titled.  That is strange.

  • Minions: The Rise of Gru

    Minions or Lightyear is the choice.  Minions is fun with young kids.  Lightyear is fun if you care about Buzz Lightyear as a human being and not a toy.  Neither is spectacular, but Minions is full of funny minions and a young Dru.  Lightyear gets heavy at times.  Take your pick or go to both, but don’t leave the kids at home.

  • Elvis

    Auteur director Baz Luhrmann of Romeo and Juliet and the Great Gatsby and Moulin Rouge fame turns his unique talents to the story of Elvis, played by an unknown.  The unnecessary hook seems to be the immediately unrecognizable Tom Hanks portraying Elvis discoverer and less than scrupulous manager Colonel Tom Parker as an enlightened human being.  Now don’t forget I have only seen the trailers and could be totally wrong.  But my own understanding of the Colonel was he cared only for himself and the money.  And the money went down the drain at the roulette tables of the once upon a time Las Vegas Hilton.

  • Top Gun: Maverick

    Archetypal Hollywood film making where the special effects support the story as opposed to overwhelming the story.  And the story is communal screen writing at its finest.  Lots of writers immersing themselves in the original Top Gun and creating a team of characters, both new faces and old, all working selflessly without egos for the greater good of the film.  Hats off to their Captain Tom Cruise.  He cares about his audience.