With two of Hollywood’s most talented working actors headlining a Steven King adaptation, what could possibly go wrong? Evidently, a lot.
The ninth installment of the Planet of the Apes franchise is among the rare few pictures that can unite all manner of film fans.
Spider-Man has always seemed to me the most relatable of the mainstream superheroes, and yet, despite my fond memories of the character, I wasn’t excited for Spider-Man: Homecoming. I have seldom been happier to be so entirely wrong.
The best that can be said about The Mummy is that watching it likely won’t be a painful experience for anyone except Universal’s shareholders.
Wonder Woman is a big, bold, and beautiful film bursting with both graceful light and intense darkness, but it is that duality that creates the never-ending battle between good and evil!
Alien: Covenant is the filmic equivalent of a greatest hits album made by someone with a flawed understanding of why fans love the band.
War Machine is a movie made in a very modern sense in EVERY sense of the word. It’s a dramatic story for mature audiences that deals with everything from war, politics and economics, to sociology, culture and the media.
This movie is a heartfelt emotional journey about the meaning of family, the power of compassion, endearing empathy, and the strength it takes to really love someone.
When you witness gods on stage how do you properly capture them? Jonas Åkerlund knows exactly how to interpret a Rammstein performance.
Regardless of whether you are a bigger fan of the film's source material, or you don't buy Johansson as Major, the aesthetic landscape of the story is simply stunning.
Blackhearts does an excellent job delving into the unique culture of Black Metal and its place of birth, Norway.
This is a must-have for fans of the band; it brought back a lot of memories and I had a real good time watching it.
After Hugh Jackman said that he’s finished playing one of the most iconic comic book characters of all time after seventeen years, he delivers one of his most blistering performances to date.
If you are looking for a personal story about the nature of family, intimacy, forging your own identity and learning how to get through life, this is it.
The magic of Moonlight is that there isn’t one member of the cast that doesn’t deliver a standout performance that plays against type.
Once in a blue moon, a film comes along that not only captures the spirit and vitality of youth, but it dives into the true nature of what it means to grow up.
Manchester by the Sea is a refreshing film for a multitude of reasons, the main one being that it’s incredibly rare to see movies about PEOPLE anymore.
La La Land solidifies Chazelle as one of the most interesting and visionary voices emerging in modern Hollywood cinema.
The film divides the Fat Wreck Chords' history into four generations of bands: 1990-1999, 2000-2009, 2006-2011, and 2012-2015. When it’s over, the film feels like a series of missed opportunities shrouded in self-congratulatory anecdotes.
I don’t really know these guys personally, and they are not related to me, but I can tell you that when the group finished their last rendition of "Home Sweet Home", and the tears were welling up, I too felt it.