Glenn Close again portrays a mother who has all but given up on an addicted daughter, this time portrayed by Mila Kunis (“Black Swan”). Rodrigo García writes and directors here, and while he’s an under-appreciated director of drama and female leading roles, this isn’t his strongest work.
For those of you looking for something to do with the entire family, look no further than The Grand Kids Festival, which will celebrate its 25th year from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. May 1 between 20th and 23rd streets on Postoffice Street in Galveston.
Typically, the Academy Awards provide a spotlight for general audiences to gain awareness of films they may never heard of. This year, with all nominees being available from our living rooms, more viewers will have seen this years nominees than ever before.
If you’re finally ready to get out of the house this weekend, make sure you check out the renown Bach Society of Houston as they present a special matinee concert at 3:30 p.m. Saturday at First Lutheran Church, 2415 Winnie St. in Galveston.
If you’re curious how the pandemic has affected the quality of some upcoming films, “Vanquish” is a good example of a bad one.
Miguel Prida, known for luxury apartment and condominium developments in Galveston, officially took over operations Friday of the newly named Primetime Cinema, which is open and showing movies.
“Voyagers,” from Neil Burger, the director of “Divergent,” is a mixed bag of different genre elements, wrapped up into one sci-fi political allegory.
We’re slowly getting back to some sort of “normal” as it relates to gatherings in the entertainment and community events sector in Galveston County and beyond.
“Godzilla vs. Kong” is the sequel to “Godzilla King of Monsters” (2019), which also featured Kyle Chandler. That film was a sequel to "Kong: Skull Island" (2017), the Samuel L. Jackson and Brie Larson post-Vietnam war flick.
Texas native, Mando Saenz, now based in Nashville, will perform songs off his recent album "All My Shame" at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday at Old Quarter Acoustic Café at 413 20th St. in Galveston.
Some films are disadvantaged before opening credits. “The Courier” is a “spy film” that specifically isn’t a “spy thriller.” So leave any notions of James Bond or Tom Clancy at the door.
Despite the star power and diversity, “Chaos Walking” ultimately results in a cheap-looking jumpstart that has little emotional weight and a complete misuse of its diverse and talented cast.