Some things just can’t be forgotten. Some things just can’t be unseen. Once you’ve watched “The Greasy Strangler,” it will continue to haunt your dreams. This film sets a new bar for deviant, depraved, shocking, bizarro cinema.
The preposterous true story of Gary Faulkner is brought to the big screen by “Borat” and “Brüno” director Larry Charles in “Army of One,” a loony, wacky and absurd comedy.
If you’re looking for a colorful, joyful and music-filled movie to entertain your kids that will not leave you bored, you could do worse than “Trolls.”
It’s hard not to be charmed by the intensely likeable Mexican film “El Jeremías,” a heartwarming and funny film from director Anwar Safa (whose style pays homage to Wes Anderson without ever feeling like a copycat).
A lot of fuss is being made about “Arrival,” and I get it. But this isn’t exactly my definition of an enjoyable time at the movies.
Superhero origin stories are usually the best of any comic book franchise, and “Dr. Strange” is another enjoyable introduction to a lesser known character in the Marvel Cinematic Universe.