MOVIE REVIEW | “Night School”

By BOB PALMER, Jimplecute Editor   Fortunately for the producers of “Night School,” few of those who can remember the 1986 Rodney Daingerfield comedy, “Back To School,” will spend $6 to see their hip-hop retread. Those Medicare-eligible movieholics who do wander into the “Night School” cinema, however, will laugh louder than at any time since… Read More MOVIE REVIEW | “Night School”

MOVIE REVIEW | “The House with a Clock in Its Walls”

By BOB PALMER, Jimplecute Editor The pivotal clue came in the dialogue. Mrs. Zimmerman is explaining to Lewis how the man who once lived in their house became an evil warlock. It was World War II and the man became lost in the Black Forest. “Where the Brothers Grimm wrote their fairy tales?” Lewis (Owen… Read More MOVIE REVIEW | “The House with a Clock in Its Walls”

MOVIE REVIEW | “The Predator – The Hunt Has Evolved”

By BOB PALMER Jimplecute Editor The profanity is first rate. Someone on the writing team of Shane Decker and Fred Black has soldier speak down pat. Unfortunately, most of this re-make, “The Predator – The Hunt Has Evolved,” doesn’t live up to its four-letter component. Boyd Holbrook is no Arnold Schwarzenegger. (But who is?) Don’t… Read More MOVIE REVIEW | “The Predator – The Hunt Has Evolved”

‘The Meg’ chews up the scenery, but entertains

By DARLA HIGGINS Contributing Writer       It’s always fun and games to explore the ocean’s depths until somebody goes and unleashes a prehistoric shark into society. This is the dilemma our characters face in The Meg, a campy summer flick about a group of scientists who must get rid of the gigantic and angry… Read More ‘The Meg’ chews up the scenery, but entertains