Under the Dome is King at his best. He creates a setting of good versus evil, and introduces characters to bring the story to life. It is perfectly paced and the pages fly by.
It has been said that war movies do not create good box office but that has been disputed by the success of the amazing film "The Hurt Locker." Now comes "Brothers" to further smash this concept.
Al Roker has a wealth of fans from his role on NBC's hugely popular Today Show. Showing he is a true renaissance man, Roker has branched out into other areas the latest of which is mystery writer.
Most of us know little to nothing about the sport of rugby, but that is not an impediment to enjoying this film. If you can appreciate Mandela's dream of unity, you will enjoy this film.
Steve Berry continues his "Cotton Malone" series with The Paris Vendetta. There are assassination plots, searches for hidden treasure, and a taste of romance thrown into the mix.
Once again, American film critics are slavering over the latest George Clooney movie. Some have already proclaimed, Up In the Air is the frontrunner for being named film of the year.
The new Nancy Meyers' film has a cast headed by Meryl Streep, Alec Baldwin and Steve Martin. But the plot doesn't quite work, and the stars don't shine as brightly as they should, and... well, it's complicated.
The fact the movie is titled Sherlock Holmes really has no relevance to its content and could just as easily have been titled Sherl and John's Excellent Adventure.