This week I watched Straight Outta Compton, had a second go 'round with Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation and took in a couple episodes of "The Knick".
Back again after one week off and this week I watched Fantastic Four, Poltergeist, Night and the City and "Mr. Robot".
With Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation out in theaters it's time to talk spoilers, from Easter eggs and homages to stories about the film's set pieces.
August is usually considered a dumping ground for movies and this August isn't an exception, but look closely and there might be a few movies worth seeing.
This week I watched Southpaw, Paper Towns, Vacation, a pair of Mission: Impossible films and a little film noir with In a Lonely Place (1950).
BBC published its list of the 100 greatest American films, and while Citizen Kane predictably takes the top spot there are several interesting inclusions.
A busy one this week, which included The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Ant-Man, The End of the Tour, The Maze Runner, Hiroshima Mon Amour, "Ballers" and more.
Busy week with eight episodes of the final season of "The Wire" plus Minions, The Killers, Braveheart and Hiroshima Mon Amour.
I caught Terminator Genisys in theaters and at home it was a viewing of John Wick on HBO as well as "Veep", "True Detective" and "Hannibal".
The second half of the summer movie season is here, and with it comes a variety of different cinematic treats. The question is, which ones should you see?