Star Wars: The Last Jedi 12/17/17
Certain people, good and bad, meet their end here; extensions of personal powers are found out; sacrifice is at hand all the way through the movie; there are moments of levity even in this somewhat darker installment; but the ending leaves you with hope for the future, which has been a running theme...
The Autopsy of Jane Doe 12/04/17
When the autopsy begins, with a father and son coroner team working on the woman for the local sheriff, strange things begin to be found and the young woman's body reveals clue after clue as they delve deeper and deeper.
Rear Window 11/25/17
These are just a handful of the people who live in Jeff's view, but the one who interests him the most is Lars Thorwald (Raymond Burr), who constantly fights with his invalid wife who seemingly laughs at him and puts him down, although Jeff can't hear what they say.
The Accountant 11/11/17
Full of action, great acting, and nice pacing, this movie has twists you may not see coming (I didn't---well, maybe one), and never lets up till the end.
Why Him? 10/21/17
I did enjoy Key as Franco's main employee who jumps out at any time to test Franco's martial arts reflexes like The Pink Panther movies with Clouseau and Cato testing each other, but when Cranston mentions the movies to them they don't know what he's talking about.
A Monster Calls 10/11/17
The Monster tells Conor that the boy has called him so he has come and he has three tales to impart to Conor, after which Conor is supposed to tell The Monster "his story."
The R-rating is also a must for a movie of this nature, and works better than the TV-version from 1990, although the kids' part of that film was good also.