The true story of when King Elvis of Presley met with President Richard Nixon in 1970.
This "Trek" doesn't go beyond its crowd-pleasing formula, but it does whisk the viewer through two hours of summer blockbuster fun.
"Lights Out" is yet another example of how a new crop of filmmakers are breathing life into the horror genre with complex characters, compelling stories, terrific actors, and genuine scares that keep you hiding under your date's arm.
Perhaps the finest romance to enter cinemas so far in 2016, "My Golden Days" comes to DVD and Digital HD.
The television series used to go in for wry, dry humor that poked at everything from fashion to technology, and the movie follows that same formula -- but it's not enough to fill the silver screen.
Neither terrible nor particularly good, the fifth "Ice Age" films gets boosted once more by some clever segments involving a slapstick squirrel and his acorn, while everything else is just momentum-free familiarity.
A delightful and honest capturing of youthful escape, "Microbe and Gasoline" is a pleasant road comedy about two friends from French filmmaker Michel Gondry.
Members of the Improv troupe The Commune struggle to keep doing comedy together in the Big Apple.
"Summertime" is an idealistic French romance set in the 1970s between Delphine, a farm girl, and Carole a Parisian.
A generic look at legendary singer Hank Williams' adult life, "I Saw the Light" fails to be that illuminating despite a terrific performance by our favorite Marvel villain Tom Hiddleston.