actor: Benicio Del Toro

Dora and the Lost City of Gold

Dove Approved for Ages 12+

Dora and the Lost City of Gold is a fun-filled adventure that the entire family can enjoy. With an Indiana Jones feel, this audacious adventure features Dora, family and friends seeking the lost gold of the Incas in the legendary Parapata. The movie opens with Dora being raised in the jungle [...]

The Wolfman

"The Wolfman" has been updated from its original 1941 version and unlike the original, which gave you glimpses of a mean and nasty werewolf (played by Lon Chaney Jr.) who creepily stalked the villagers in fog-shrouded woods, this version lets you graphically see livers and all kinds of body parts [...]

Things We Lost in the Fire

This film chronicles the journey of a recent widow and a man trying to kick heroin. The film will strike a chord with those who have experienced these topics first hand. The children in the film are wonderful but the adult's acting leaves something to be desired. The film plods along at a slow [...]

Pledge

Rather than examine the qualities and the neglects of this film (and there are both), let me just give a rundown of what you will see and hear. 1. We see a gory crime scene with lots of crimson red covering snow, and finally the dead, mutilated body of a murdered 8-year-old girl. We learn that she [...]

Snatch

“Snatch” is raunchy, crude, profane, and violent. Well, I guess we won’t be recommending this one for family viewing. Come to think of it, why would anyone want to see a film with over 132 uses of one particular vulgar obscenity? Have we become so desensitized that we believe this amount of [...]

Traffic

It’s brilliant! Engrossing from start to finish, with exceptional performances, “Traffic” is exceptional filmmaking with something important to say. Most viewers will leave the theater knowing more about this insidious multi-billion dollar industry than when they walked in. In a way, [...]

The French Dispatch

Wes Anderson may be best known for his unique, genre-less films such as The Grand Budapest Hotel, which was nominated for an Academy Award in 2015, and Moonrise Kingdom. But the director has always flirted with genre, from his high school comedy Rushmore to his recent animated film, Isle of [...]

The French Dispatch

Wes Anderson may be best known for his unique, genre-less films such as The Grand Budapest Hotel, which was nominated for an Academy Award in 2015, and Moonrise Kingdom. But the director has always flirted with genre, from his high school comedy Rushmore to his recent animated film, Isle of [...]