Rick Davis

Davis: A look at movies coming up in 2017

While most of the movies coming up are sequels or remakes, there are a few standout original movies to look forward to in 2017.

Davis: Loving film a contender not to be missed

Loving is a movie of historical importance as the Lovings challenged the law banning interracial marriage in the United States.

Davis: Moana destined to be another Disney hit

Moana sails out on a daring mission to save her people with the help of a demigod named Maui.

Davis: Fantastic Beasts from Rowling’s pen

Author J.K. Rowling has turned a 'textbook' for her Harry Potter series into a fully-fleshed out movie.

Davis: Another take on communicating with ETs

Amy Adams takes on the role of communicating with aliens in Arrival, from Canadian director Denis Villeneuve

Davis: Mel is back with a WWII movie

Mel Gibson's Hacksaw Ridge is of the first conscientious objector to earn the US Congressional Medal of Honor.

Davis: Cruise comes back as Reacher

Jack Reacher: Never Go Back sees Cruise returning to the headquarters of his old military unit.

Davis: Blunt makes impression in movie, The Girl on the Train

Coming to Kelowna, The Girl on the Train a psychological thriller.

Davis: Standing O for Deepwater Horizon at TIFF

Tim Burton has made his career by directing peculiar movies…now comes Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children.

Davis: Magnificent Seven back on the big screen

Denzel Washington co-stars with Ethan Hawke, Chris Pratt, Vincent D’Onofrio and Peter Sarsgaard

Davis: Villains step into the spotlight

Suicide Squad is a group of imprisoned baddies who are recruited to execute a dangerous black ops mission.

Davis: Third Star Trek reboot opens this weekend

Ghostbusters reboot defies critics—audiences love it, handsome box office.

Davis: Tarzan swings through movie theatres again

The former feral child who was raised in the jungles of Africa by the great apes, returns in The Legend of Tarzan.

Davis: Disney/Pixar takes its time Finding Dory

Even though it is 13 years later, Finding Dory is set just six months after the events of the first film, Finding Nemo.

Davis: Another video game tries its luck as a movie

The Warcraft movie portrays the initial encounters between humans and orcs in a fantasy realm known as Azeroth.

Davis: Turtles are back to rake in the dough

Picking up where the first one left off, the Turtles are again in conflict with Shredder.

Davis: Angry Birds should beat videogame movie jinx

The Angry Birds Movie is currently getting the best reviews of any videogame movie ever made.

Davis: Captain America might beat up on financial thriller

Plus Sally Field back in a starring role and a possible cult classic in the making.

Davis: Superhero extravaganza and end of an era

While Batman vs Superman in Dawn of Justice, the Paramount Theatre in Kelowna bids adieu to showing movies this weekend.

Davis: Dirty Grandpa won’t win DeNiro any awards

13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi a serious effort to show the intensity of battle and that it is gritty and not glamorous.