Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures

What really happened? Jay Bobbin reviews the fact-inspired, Kennedy-family-related drama movie "Chappaquiddick."

Ready Player One
Warner Bros. Pictures

Love, Simon
20th Century Fox

A Wrinkle In Time
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Red Sparrow
20th Century Fox

Black Panther
Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

The 15:17 to Paris
Warner Bros. Pictures

Entertainment Studios Motion Pictures

The Post
20th Century Fox

Molly's Game
STX Entertainment

All the Money in the World
Sony Pictures Entertainment

10 Best Movies of 2017
Warner Bros. Pictures

“Atomic Blonde”: The furiously paced action movie that proves you don’t want to run into an angry Charlize Theron on a staircase.

“The Big Sick”: A wonderful, fact-based story of just how far love can go.


“Dunkirk”: Director Christopher Nolan’s take on World War II is a stunning, original view.


Warner Brothers Pictures

Walt Disney Studios Motion Pictures

Paramount Pictures

Warner Bros. Pictures

The Hitman's Bodyguard

Add Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson together, and you get "The Hitman's Bodyguard": Jay Bobbin reviews the actors' seriocomic teaming.

Mad Mass MoCA!

Jul 11, 2017
Mad Max

July 15th
Mass MoCA

The 1979 cult classic, Mad Max, shaped the way we think about our dystopian future, in which desolate, post-apocalyptic landscapes are the backdrop for a wild ride of feuds and vengeance. Join our friends at Mass MoCA for an outdoor screening, with an original re-score performed live by the hot New York City ensemble Morricone Youth — makes for a great summer night.

For details, visit the Mass MoCA website.

Transformers: The Last Knight
Paramount Pictures

Who knew King Arthur knew Transformers? Jay Bobbin reviews the franchise's latest chapter, "Transformers: The Last Knight." 

Cars 3
Walt Disney Pictures

Does the latest chapter in Disney-Pixar's auto franchise run like Lightning? Jay Bobbin reviews "Cars 3."

Universal Pictures

DC Entertainment/Warner Bros. Pictures

Paramount Pictures

Life's a beach ... at least in "Baywatch": Jay Bobbin reviews the movie version of the globally popular TV series.