‘Rebecca’ works as a soap opera ghost story for millennials, says critic

Critics review “Rebecca,” a reimagining of Alfred Hitchcock’s 1940 romantic thriller about a newly married woman who learns that her husband’s deceased first wife still plays a big role in his family; “Over the Moon,” an animation about a girl who builds a rocket ship to meet a goddess on the moon; “Witches,” about witches who want to get rid of kids in Britain by turning them into mice; and the “Borat” sequel, starring Sacha Baron Cohen.



  • Roth Cornet - head of creative for Fandom and ScreenJunkies - @RothCornet
  • Shawn Edwards - film critic at Fox 4 News and co-founder of the African American Film Critics Association