Sylvester Stallone's latest movie SAMARITAN sees him as a garbage man that a teenage neighbor believes to be a superhero in hiding. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says there are some cool moments that action and superhero movie fans will enjoy, but overall thinks it's good that the movie is only streaming on Prime Video and not in theaters.
In THIRTEEN LIVES, a true story-based movie on Amazon Prime about the rescue of a teenage soccer team from a flooded cave in Thailand, director Ron Howard manages to pull off the feat of balancing truth with drama without turning it into a documentary. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says it was an emotionally-engaging movie that showcases the triumph of human effort and spirit when we work together to solve a problem.
The death of a one-time fling draws B.J. Novak's writer/podcaster character Ben to West Texas to investigate and hopefully turn the story into a career-making podcast in Focus Features' VENGEANCE. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says this dark comedy has some great twists and very funny moments, while also going beyond stereotypes to create real characters.
A kids animated movie based on the irreverent 1970's film BLAZING SADDLES? That's exactly what PAWS OF FURY: THE LEGEND OF HANK is, right down to having Mel Brooks voice a character. A friendly dog ventures to the land of cats to become a samurai, and finds himself protecting a village that doesn't even want him there. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says its got a great voice cast but keeping your expectations for the movie in check will help you enjoy it more.
The new action thriller movie THE GRAY MAN, from AVENGERS ENDGAME directors Joe and Anthony Russo, sees Chris Evans' sadistic mercenary chasing Ryan Gosling's on-the-run CIA agent all around the globe to get back some stolen information. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says it's a love letter to spy and action movies of the past, and is very entertaining at times, though it is also quite violent.
THOR: LOVE AND THUNDER, the 29th entry in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, sees Chris Hemsworth's Thor have to deal with his ex-girlfriend Jane Foster (Natalie Portman) using his formerly-destroyed mystical hammer and possessing his same power while trying to stop a villain who can kill gods. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says it's another goofy take on the character that has some very funny moments, but may not be to everyone's tastes.
MINIONS: THE RISE OF GRU brings back everyone's favorite little yellow troublemakers from the DESPICABLE ME franchise, this time in a tale of how Gru began to be a super-villain. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says it's a much more enjoyable entry from start to finish over the first MINIONS movie, with clever villains, a great voice cast, soundtrack, and just the right amount of Minions hi-jinks mixed in.
In the new Disney/Pixar film LIGHTYEAR, fans get a chance to see why the toy Buzz Lightyear did some of the things he did in the TOY STORY movies, and why his owner Andy wanted the toy in the first place. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says it's a very meta concept and a better than average sci-fi movie with some hilarious characters and moments that will please many, but definitely not all Disney fans.
JURASSIC WORLD: DOMINION brings to a close 30 years and two movie trilogies of big screen dinosaur action. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says it's an enjoyable summer movie that hits mostly the right notes of nostalgia and balances the human and dinosaur stories better than the previous movie in the series.
THE BOB'S BURGERS MOVIE finally brings the animated Belcher family from TV to the big screen. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says the movie will no doubt be a hit for fans of the long-running and award-winning TV show, but the quirky nature of the characters may be a little off-putting and less funny for those who haven't seen it before.
After 36 years of waiting, TOP GUN: MAVERICK returns audiences to the high-speed aerial adventures of Tom Cruise as Pete "Maverick" Mitchell, ace fighter pilot. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says the movie is everything fans could have hoped for and is one of the best sequels he's seen in many years, if not ever.
The easter eggs and cameos are fast and furious in the new CG/animation/live-action hybrid movie CHIP 'N DALE: RESCUE RANGERS, streaming exclusively on Disney Plus. Decades after their cartoon series went off the air, Chip and Dale must put aside old differences to search for a missing former castmate. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says it had some very funny moments and his kids definitely liked it.
All of the beloved TV show cast returns for DOWNTON ABBEY: A NEW ERA, which sees the Crawleys deal with new family challenges, health issues and a movie being made at the beloved mansion. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says fans of the series will undoubtedly love the new movie, while those who aren't familiar with the characters' histories will probably rely on their significant others for clarification and explanation, but nonetheless can enjoy a pleasant story with gorgeous costumes and well-crafted witty banter.
Fans will see a darker side of the Marvel Cinematic Universe in DOCTOR STRANGE IN THE MULTIVERSE OF MADNESS starring Benedict Cumberbatch and directed by Sam Raimi. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says if you think you know what's going to happen in the movie based on the trailers, you're probably wrong.
Nicolas Cage plays... himself... an actor called upon to use the skills he's learned in action films to save the day in real life in THE UNBEARABLE WEIGHT OF MASSIVE TALENT from Lionsgate. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says Cage and Pedro Pascal combine to form one of the funniest action-comedy duos in recent memory.
Dreamworks Animation continues its solid run of well-made, enjoyable animated features with THE BAD GUYS from director Pierre Perifel. It's based on the Scholastic book series by author Aaron Blabey and KSL's Andy Farnsworth says it's a fun movie the whole family can enjoy.
Moviegoers can return to the world of HARRY POTTER once again with FANTASTIC BEASTS: THE SECRETS OF DUMBLEDORE, and KSL's Andy Farnsworth says fans of the Potter franchise will definitely like this third movie in the series more than the previous entry.
Sonic the Hedgehog returns to the big screen for a second movie based on the popular Sega video game series. This time he and his human friends are joined by the fox named Tails to defeat Jim Carrey's Dr. Robotnik and new villain Knuckles (voiced by Idris Elba). KSL's Andy Farnsworth says your kids should enjoy this sequel every bit as much as they did the first movie.
Sandra Bullock and Channing Tatum play a romance novelist and the cover model for her books caught up in a real-life adventure in the action-comedy THE LOST CITY. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says the movie is a fun watch and smartly just plays to the strengths of its stars.
Ryan Reynolds time travels from the future to the present day and needs the help of his 12-year old self to complete his mysterious mission in the Netflix original movie THE ADAM PROJECT. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says it's a fun sci-fi action comedy with a good cast that fans of Reynolds' style of humor should love.
A teenage girl in Canada turns into a giant red panda whenever she gets excited or anxious in Disney/Pixar's newest animated feature TURNING RED, streaming now on Disney Plus. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says female adolescence and maturation are the central themes, but it also touches on universal things to which almost any parents and teens can relate.
Robert Pattinson dons the cape and cowl of "The Batman" in the new film from Warner Bros and DC Comics, out in theaters starting Thursday night, March 3rd. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says it's got a solid cast, some great action sequences and a return to Batman's roots, but the dark, gritty tone of the movie may be too much for young viewers.
The tale of Cyrano de Bergerac is told in an intriguing new way in the new movie musical CYRANO, starring Peter Dinklage, Haley Bennett and Kelvin Harrison Jr. KSL's Andy Farnsworth says there are some genuinely emotional moments, but not everything in the movie works as well as it might have.
The original "Law & Order" returns to NBC and KSL 5 on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2022, after a 12-year hiatus. KSL TV's Andy Farnsworth says the first episode feels like getting reacquainted with an old friend.