In days of yore, Hollywood knew how to make Christian themes pay off at the box office.
The seven deadly sins are on full display in "Triple 9" (Open Road), an extremely violent thriller about dirty cops and Russian mobsters on the mean streets of Atlanta.
The generally uplifting fact-based drama "Eddie the Eagle" (Fox) charms with the story of a working-class English lad who became, arguably, the most unlikely Olympic athlete in history.
Run, don't walk, to the nearest multiplex and see "Race" (Focus), a supremely entertaining biopic about Olympic track and field legend Jesse Owens (Stephan James).
Let's get this much out of the way first: "The Witch" (A24) is not an instructional film for Satanic practices. So whatever ballyhoo moviegoers may have come across in that regard is best ignored.
There's a disconcerting moral snag in "How to Be Single" (Warner Bros.), an otherwise appealing, if slightly raunchy, romantic comedy.
Like its 2001 predecessor, the film is directed and co-written by Stiller. He also resumes his role as Derek Zoolander. As viewers of the original will remember, Derek once battled his blonde rival, Hansel McDonald…
The February release date of writers and directors Joel and Ethan Coen's comedy "Hail, Caesar!" [Universal] could hardly be more appropriate.
Ever since "The Notebook" in 2004, film adaptations of Nicholas Sparks' novels have descended into benign, prepackaged comfort food.
That rustling sound you hear is Jane Austen and her crinolines. They're spinning in the grave they share over a transgression called "Pride and Prejudice and Zombies" (Screen Gems).