Daily Times film critic Amanda Greever reviews "Dark Phoenix," the latest film in the "X-Men" franchise.
Daily Times film critic Amanda Greever reviews the "superhero horror film" "Brightburn," now playing in area theaters.
When a film puts a group of classic female comedians together, the film becomes a film I’m interested in seeing. When the film also deals with female friendship and the struggles we face as we grow older, it packs a one-two punch that ticks all the right boxes.
Daily Times film critic Amanda Greever reviews "Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile," the new Ted Bundy bio-pic now streaming on Netflix.
I didn’t want to see Tim Burton’s “Dumbo.” The trailer made me cry every dang time I saw it. I never saw the animated original. (Somehow, I managed to miss animated fare like “Dumbo” and “The Jungle Book” but watched live-action classics like “The Apple Dumpling Gang” and “The Three Lives of…
Daily Times film critic Amanda Greever reviews "The Best of Enemies," now showing in area theaters.
I’m not sure what attracts audiences to stories about sick or dying teenagers, but they usually end up being crazy popular. John Greene’s “The Fault In Our Stars” is still the ultimate young adult tale to which all others are compared, and I still ugly cry each time I read the book or watch …
I’m not gonna lie. The only reason I watched “Triple Frontier” was because I didn’t think I could pass up a movie that featured Ben Affleck, Oscar Isaac and Charlie Hunnam. Garrett Hedlund and Pedro Pascal round out a pretty fantastic cast.
Daily Times film critic Amanda Greever checks out the latest Marvel movie adaptation, "Captain Marvel," now showing in area theaters.
Daily Times film critic Amanda Greever reviews "Green Book," which recently won several Golden Globe Awards and is now playing in area theaters.
As I’ve said plenty of times before, I’m not really a fan of scary movies. With books, I have a little more leeway, though. I don’t read truly scary stuff — I wanted to put “The Shining” in the freezer a la Joey from “Friends” — but I still like a few thrills and chills. Usually, those revol…