INSIDIOUS: THE LAST KEY
Brilliant parapsychologist Elise Rainier (Lin Shaye) receives a disturbing phone call from a man who claims that his house is haunted. Even more disturbing is the address – 413 Apple Tree Lane in Five Keys, N.M. — the home where Elise grew up as a child. Accompanied by her two investigative partners, Rainier travels to Five Keys to confront and destroy her greatest fear – the demon that she accidentally set free years earlier.
Rated PG-13. Mystery/Thriller. Directed by Adam Robitel. 1h 43m.
What the Internet Says:
“While ‘The Last Key’ doesn’t expand the supernatural horror franchise’s mythology all that substantially, it does make for a decent standalone narrative that fleshes out the backstory of the character that has evolved into these movies’ true protagonist: Elise Rainier. ‘Insidious: The Last Key’ is a solid finale to the ‘Insidious’ franchise that gives series lead Lin Shaye the chance to take a graceful final bow.” — Screenrant
Our Take: Fans of the ‘Insidious’ film series will be lining up to see this last installment and soak up all the scary final thrills they can get. If you like spooky, you’ll certainly enjoy ‘The Last Key’...
Molly Bloom (Jessica Chastain) is a beautiful, young, Olympic-class skier who finds herself running the world's most exclusive high-stakes poker game. Surrounded by Hollywood royalty, sports stars, and business titans, undercover Russian mobsters soon become her biggest players. After being arrested in the middle of the night by 17 FBI agents wielding automatic weapons, Molly’s only ally is her criminal defense lawyer, Charlie Jaffey (Idris Elba), who learns there is much more to Molly than the tabloids lead people to believe. Based on a true story. Also starring Kevin Costner and Michael Cera.
Rated R. Drama/Crime. Written and directed by Aaron Sorkin. 2h 20m.
What the Internet Says:
“Edited with alacrity and punctuated by ‘Big Short’-ish montages and illustrative asides, ‘Molly’s Game’ bristles with brittle intelligence that gives way to blunt-force comeuppance.” — Washington Post
“It’s an intriguing look into a secret world and a great performance from Chastain...” — Empire
Our Take: Jessica Chastain shines bright in this fascinating true story about Molly Bloom’s infamous underground poker ring. When you put lots of money and law-breaking together, clearly things get interesting... We’ve placed our bets — ‘Molly’s Game’ looks like a good one!