This was due in large part to the fact his voice made me sick to my stomach and the lies that poured out of his skull gave me constipation.
Richard Jenkins, 70, charms as the self-doubting best friend who helps the lovers escape.
I, Tonya, R Youngsters may not recall the 1994 Olympics scandal, when Tonya Harding's ice skating career ended after a hit man attacked her rival.
Plus, who thought she'd make a great screen couple with Owen Wilson?
Mudbound, R For families who like smart, literary films on important topics they'll discuss after. Blige is the standout in a novelistic tale about a black family and a white family colliding in Jim Crow-era Mississippi after World War II loosens and unsettles race relations.
Paul Getty III, 16, and older moviegoers will savor the superb acting of Christopher Plummer as his grandpa J.
Paul Getty, the richest man in history, who refused to ransom him until kidnappers mailed the boy's ear to them (the slicing scene is the scariest since Reservoir Dogs).
Greta Gerwig, the most important new director, knows how to cast great grownups (Laurie Metcalf as the mom, Lois Smith as a mom-like nun who teaches at the heroine's school).
Full Q&A with Greta Gerwig Coco, PG Probably the most family-friendly film out there, Coco's a good one for the grandkids — and a rare animation that will grab grandparents, too.
The family-bonding story will make yours feel more bonded.