Liam Neeson punches a bloodied man in a stairwell in the movie Blacklight BLACKLIGHT

“It’s hard to imagine moviegoers who know Liam Neeson primarily from the action movies he’s been doing for the last decade or so coming across him in SCHINDLER’S LIST or KINSEY and wondering why he’s not firing guns or engaging in high-speed car chases.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies


Charlie Day and Jenny Slate sit on stairs looking sad in the movie I Want You BackI WANT YOU BACK

“The ensemble cast, headed by [Charlie] Day and [Jenny] Slate, keeps it light while director Jason Orley keeps things moving fast enough that you don’t have time to question some of the more preposterous proceedings.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies


Naomi McDougall Jones leans in to kiss Christian Coulson in the movie Bite MeBITE ME

“BITE ME is the sort of quirky, low-budget film that you either buy into or give up on after ten minutes or so. It’s an original, if oddball, romantic comedy involving – wait for it – a vampire and an IRS agent.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies


Charlie Hunnam stands outside his car looking skeptical in the movie Last LooksLAST LOOKS

“LAST LOOKS is a cleverly-plotted modern film noir detective story. Writer Howard Michael Gould (adapting his own novel) and director Tim Kirkby know what’s expected, even as they give it a fresh 21st century spin.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies


Patrick Wilson floats toward an open hatch in the movie MoonfallMOONFALL

“…Emmerich and his co-writers Harald Kloser and Spenser Cohen proceed to mix drama, comedy, and physics-defying special effects in a race against time to save the Earth. Amidst all the clichés give them credit for some originality. The explanation for what’s happening to the moon and why it’s happening is so off-the-wall that you’re not likely to see it coming.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies