Before we get to this week's feature, let's check in with the box office report.
Area residents are invited to Fort Stewart and Hunter Army Airfield's Independence Day free celebrations.
Join the City of Pembroke and First Baptist Church as they celebrate "The 4th with the 3rd on the 1st," for the 4th Annual Patriotic Picnic and Concert featuring the Army's 3rd Infantry Division Band from Fort Stewart.
The 2014 Army Soldier Show, a live Broadway-style revue, is coming to Newman Fitness Center at Stewart on Saturday and to Tominac Fitness Center at Hunter next Monday. Both performances begin at 7 p.m. They are free and open to the public.
Tom Cruise has delved into the fickle waters of the sci-fi blockbuster time and time again.
The public is invited to run in the Dirty Up Flight Line 5K/10K on Hunter at 8 a.m. Saturday.
Following the professional path of a parent isn't always easy, especially if that career is acting. Brothers Clint and Ron Howard long ago escaped their father's acting shadow, with Ron starring in two popular TV shows, "The Andy Griffith Show" and "Happy Days," and going on to become one of Hollywood's most respected directors.
To honor fathers, their golf is free after noon on Sunday, when someone also pays for 18 holes and a golf cart. For more information, call 912-315-9115.
In 2013, the independent drama "Short Term 12" quickly made the festival rounds and emerged as quite a darling.
Onions are pretty close to being the perfect food, not only for adding character to an endless variety of dishes but also for their health benefits.
Holbrook Pond, off Highway 144, will be the setting for the first Community Outdoor Health Expo, a day centered on health, wellness and prevention, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday.
ST. MARYS - Auditions for the St. Marys Little Theatre's season opener, the award-winning musical "Little Shop of Horrors," will be 11 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, June 7, at Theatre by the Trax, 1000 Osborne St.
We have been talking about comic-book movies quite a bit this year.
Last week, we examined a whole slew of superhero-themed series coming soon to television. In that column, I was sure to remind you that horror remains a genre embraced by TV networks.
You've probably heard, "Once a Marine, always a Marine."
It’s finally happened: Spider-Man will join the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
"Jupiter Ascending" is the latest film from the Wachowskis, the dynamic sibling duo who brought us the "Matrix" trilogy and the criminally underrated "Cloud Atlas." "Jupiter Ascending" is not nearly in the same league as those films, but it might be passable enough to become a guilty pleasure in the future. Or not.
In October 2013, I wrote a column about the AMC television series “Breaking Bad” that lamented the moral problems of rooting for the bad guy. Upon reading my column, my sister called me and took me to task. She insisted I was dead wrong about the show, and she asked how much of it I had watched. I told her I was only done with the first couple of seasons.
At the end of December, the biggest film of 2014 was “Guardians of the Galaxy." But that changed during the first month of 2015 when a latecomer, “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay — Part 1,” climbed to the top.
Love and laughter seem to go hand in hand, and these classic black-and-white films can make even the most hardhearted person chuckle about the funny things lovers go through.
A Disney family comedy leads new movies on Blu-ray and DVD this week.
Here are five movies from various platforms families may want to consider. Note: Since not all are appropriate for younger children, age recommendations are included.
“Still Alice” is not an easy film to watch, but it is a movie well worth seeing.
NERD TOWN — Last weekend welcomed the release of SpongeBob Squarepants’ second trip to the silver screen. The new movie, “The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water,” won at the box office with a No. 1 spot and an estimated $56 million. The movie offers up laughs and a hero in the form of a nerd.