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Dragon Ball Super: Super Hero

The Red Ribbon Army from Goku's past has returned with two new androids to challenge him and his friends.

Cast: Zach Aguilar, Kara Edwards, Toshio Furukawa

Director: Tetsuro Kodama

120 min


A father and his two teenage daughters find themselves hunted by a massive rogue lion intent on proving that the Savanna has but one apex predator.

Cast: Idris Elba, Sharlto Copley, Iyana Halley

Director: Baltasar Kormákur

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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

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


A look at the life of the legendary rock and roll star, Elvis Presley.

Tom Hanks, Austin Butler, Olivia DeJonge


The residents of a lonely gulch in inland California bear witness to an uncanny and chilling discovery.

Daniel Kaluuya, Keke Palmer, Brandon Perea

Thor: Love and Thunder

Thor enlists the help of Valkyrie, Korg and ex-girlfriend Jane Foster to fight Gorr the God Butcher, who intends to make the gods extinct.

Christian Bale, Taika Waititi, Natalie Portman

Easter Sunday

Set around a family gathering to celebrate Easter Sunday, the comedy is based on Jo Koy's life experiences and stand-up comedy.

Jo Koy, Lydia Gaston, Brandon Wardell

DC League of Super-Pets

Krypto the Super-Dog and Superman are inseparable best friends, sharing the same superpowers and fighting crime side by side in Metropolis. However, Krypto must master his own powers for a...

Dwayne Johnson, Kevin Hart, Vanessa Bayer

• 106 min


Best friends Becky and Hunter find themselves at the top of a 2,000-foot radio tower.

Grace Caroline Currey, Virginia Gardner, Jeffrey Dean Morgan

• 107 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

Orphan: First Kill

After orchestrating a brilliant escape from an Estonian psychiatric facility, Esther travels to America by impersonating the missing daughter of a wealthy family.

Isabelle Fuhrman, Julia Stiles, Rossif Sutherland

• 99 min

Bodies Bodies Bodies

When a group of rich 20-somethings plan a hurricane party at a remote family mansion, a party game turns deadly in this fresh and funny look at backstabbing, fake friends, and one party...

Amandla Stenberg, Maria Bakalova, Rachel Sennott

• 95 min

A Love Song

At a campground in the rural West, a woman waits alone for an old flame from her past to arrive, uncertain of his intentions while bashful about her own.

Dale Dickey, Wes Studi, Michelle Wilson

• 81 min

Coming Soon


A young boy learns that a superhero who was thought to have gone missing after an epic battle twenty years ago may in fact still be around.

Sylvester Stallone, Pilou Asbæk, Martin Starr

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


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.

Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana, Sigourney Weaver

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.   Hopefully Elvis will bring these moviegoers back into theaters again.  Then let’s hope the film adaptation of Where the Crawdads Sing will keep them coming.

  • DC League of super pets

    Last chance to party with the grandchildren   Unwelcome school begins any day now   Super heroes have super hero pets and here we go   Minions was still the best family film of this summer but I would probably put this second ahead of light year.

  • Mrs. Harris goes to Paris

    English actress Leslie Mannville is a hard-working char woman who lost her husband in the war   She saves for a Christian Dior dress and travels to Paris   Things happen and devastation is replaced by genuine happiness   Yep   This is a great film if all the blockbusters this summer haven’t scrambled your brain.

  • Nope

    Jordan Peeles avant-garde sci-fi horror follow up to his breakouts get out and us   Walking around our theater these days I have been giving the film 2 mopes out of four   I watched it again and will say that for get out an us fans, it’s 4 nopes out of four   I recommend leaving the 12 and unders out of the building if only because of the chimpanzee scenes.

  • Thor: Lpve and Thunder

    Marvel fans are in love with Thor.  And I hear and read a lot about Natalie Portman’s arms.  Wow, so big.  I am not a Marvel aficionado and get lost in every movie, but they have their moments almost always.  If you miss one, that is not the end of the world, but don’t waste your time  watching them on TV.  Two hundred million dollar CGI movies are greatly diminished on the small screen.  And where is Iron Man?  I hear he is dead.  That is sad.  I hope they revive him or at least make a prequel.  With the right actor, that could be fun.

  • 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.

  • Jurassic Park Dominion

    We use to call these kinds of movies “popcorn flicks.”  Not anymore.  With nachos and Angus hot dogs and Pizza Hut pizzas and bottled water and $15 T-shirts, what the heck.  I call them movie money pits that better pan out or else.  Thank goodness Jurassic Park Dominion is a crowd pleaser.  More than enough living dinosaurs of all varieties populating the Earth to excite the children, and the return of the original cast members to satisfy the adults.  This is big budget Hollywood that deserves to be seen in our premium XD theaters if you are looking for the fullest experience.

  • 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.