Bob Garver Special to Valley News “Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle” bears very little resemblance to its 1995 predecessor. That film was about a jungle-themed board game that invaded our world. This movie is about a jungle-themed video game that sucks players into its world. It’s probably better that this film goes in a different […]
Bob Garver Special to Valley News NOTE: This movie is playing on less than 1,000 screens in the country, so it might not yet be in your area. But its popularity is growing, so be on the lookout for it in the coming weeks. “The Disaster Artist” tells the story of actor and filmmaker Tommy […]
Bob Garver Special to Valley News The film “Room” in 2015 never reached a wide enough audience to justify a review from me, but if it had, I would have absolutely gushed over the performance of 7-year-old actor Jacob Tremblay. It was the kind of breakout performance that instantly guarantees an actor a lifetime of […]
Stan Mann, a new multimillionaire, is known for his fast-paced lifestyle that includes beautiful women, alcohol and gambling. He lives in a five-star luxury hotel where the staff caters to his every need and knows him as “Stan the Man” for his extreme generosity. Stan gets involved with Russian mobsters in a casino gambling scheme […]
RIVERSIDE — City of Riverside police officials are asking for the public’s help identifying and locating a man who was spotted allegedly attempting to take photographs underneath the dress of a woman who was shopping with her young children, Saturday afternoon, May 20. The alleged incident happened at a Target store in the 2700 block of Canyon […]
Bob Garver Movie Reviewer “In the Heart of the Sea” tells the story of the 19th century whaling expedition that served as the inspiration for Herman Melville’s “Moby Dick.” It isn’t exactly a movie version of “Moby Dick,” hence the bland title. Straightforward adaptation or not, I say this film still should have used the […]
TEMECULA – The Temecula Valley Museum will offer the final movie in a series of four screenings and discussion forums centered on civil rights documentaries.
The documentary, “The Loving Story” will be screened on Thursday, Feb. 12 as part of the museum’s Black History Month programming.