Big Picture Big Sound's reviewers take a break from the latest fare to discuss their favorite spooky movies just in time for Halloween.
Despite some moments that lag, this story about the firefighting Granite Mountain Hotshots is a respectful tribute to a team of real-life superheroes.
This snapshot view of an early case in Thurgood Marshall's career features a confident performance by Chadwick Boseman but fails to provide much insight into this influential figure.
Kate Winslet and Idris Elba do their best, but this clunky mix of survival epic, romance, and disaster flick wants to be too many things at once.
In this modestly engaging true story Tom Cruise channels his familiar cocky persona and megawatt smile into one of his more engaging performances of late.
"Battle of the Sexes," does as the title suggests - presents a battle between two genders at a time when one was at a grave disadvantage. The movie could have gone deeper into the time but Emma Stone and Steve Carell give compelling performances that make the movie worth seeing.
As a creative experiment, "Dave Made a Maze" is something to behold but as a full-length feature, it comes up feeling a bit slight.
Overlong and numbingly repetitive, this been-there-done-that comedy ends an otherwise solid summer movie season on a sour note.
Some parts of "The Glass Castle" are stronger than others but there is plenty to like in this adaptation of Jeannette Walls' bestselling memoir.
Kathryn Bigelow's "Detroit" is a messy but tense and necessary experience.