The summer movie season is slowing down but there are still some great movies to see along the way and the best person to turn to for that is Lights Camera Jackson.

The first movie he discussed was The Glass Castle, based on a 2005 memoir by Jeanette Walls. The story is about Walls' life from childhood to adulthood and the troubles of living through poverty. The film stars Brie Larson as the adult Walls, Woody Harrelson has Walls' father Rex, Naomi Watts as Walls' mother Rose Mary, and Max Greenfield (The New Girl) as David.

Jackson also took the time to review Annabelle: Creation. A sequel to the original Annabelle from 2014, this part of the story goes to the beginning. Former toy makers Sam Mullins and his wife Esther end up losing their 7 year old daughter Annabelle in a car accident. They end up turning their home into a home to a nun and some children in need of help. That's when the dollmaker's possessed creation, Annabelle, attacks.

Of course one of the biggest headlines in the movie world is Disney separating themselves from Netflix and creating their own streaming service. All of those details you can find on Chrissy's blog, breaking down what will be affected.

As always, for all of Jackson's movie reviews and other important cinematic information, you can find him at Lights-Camera-Jackson.com