After a surprising blockbuster, star and director John Krasinski returns for “A Quiet Place 2,” a sequel attempting to match the silent theater experience of the original. Opening with brief visit to Day One of the “invasion,” Lee (Krasinski) and his family are caught up in a struggle to survive.
Karen Gillan stars in her own version of John Wick with Gunpowder Milkshake. Absurdity and fun can co-exist in this action genre where bullets can fly and the protagonist can tackle dozens of thugs to walk away, sometimes without a scratch. Sam (Gillan) learns, via flashback, that her mother, Scarlet
Starbucks has angered a large faction of their customers who are angry that they instituted a ban on employees wearing Black Lives Matter clothing or accessories. The company cited it policy prohibiting political attire or accessories that “advocated a political, religious or personal issue” and said it was necessary “to create
Tombstone may not make the “Best Westerns of All-Time” lists, but the film is certainly entertaining and showcases an amazing portrayal of Doc Holiday by Val Kilmer. Kurt Russell stars as the famous lawman, Wyatt Earp, alongside and all-star cast of Sam Elliott and Bill Paxton as the Earp brothers,