This movie had no shot.
When in doubt – swearing.
“Kong: Skull Island” is Warner Brothers & Legendary’s attempt to launch it’s own universe – cinematic monsters. I’ll just say it’s no “Iron Man”.
James Mangold and the screenwriters have delivered up a decidedly hard R adventure.
I have 19 questions for “Table 19″…
There’s a reason Jordan Peele’s feature film directorial debut Get Out has a near-unanimous critic rating – it’s entertaining as hell!
I will risk sounding like the old man on the porch, but it was too much.
Jackie O. has been described as one of the least known well-known people in American public life.
I’ll admit I have a thing for white-people-getting-into-outrageous-trouble movies.
Is the latest from the director of “The Happening” and “After Earth” worth the applause? The answer is a confident YES!
This is not Sunday-fellowship-with-coffee Christianity, Scorsese’s faith is only made devout through suffering.
It clips along and deserves the crowds it’s drawing.
I know I’ll be vilified by its fans, but “La La Land” may be the most overhyped and over indulgent film since “The Artist”
If only this movie was half as good as its marketing campaign.
This is one of those rare instances where you must share the power and emotions in a darkened theater with a large group of people.
The first thing Fassbender is guilty of is hiring a director of photography who doesn’t own a light kit.
This is a disappointing follow-up for Morten Tyldum, director of the much more impassioned The Imitation Game.
One of those theatre experiences where you realize while you are seeing it that you might be watching an all-time classic.
As the lights came back on in the theater, I along with my group could not help but feel only partially satisfied.
Peter Berg’s newest film, “Patriots Day”, is one of those movies that gets better as it goes along.
Kenneth Lonergan’s deeply truthful drama is one of the year’s best films.
Comes with a dire warning: only to be viewed by those with an open mind, and not the faint of heart.
A visceral and violent story within a story. The tonic is mixture of Hitchcock, Lynch and Kubrick.
Don’t let names like Djugui and Oulaya fool you into thinking this is going to be one of those inaccessible foreign films.
A documentary with off-centered humor and a dash of warmth.
An incredibly personal story involving love, faith, and conscience.
Fallon has rested the weight of the world on his star, Michael Paré, as Thomas, a homeless man who seeks shelter in a mysterious abandoned home only to find that it may be his final resting place.
A first class Marvel production that may be the pedigree of the bunch.
Can we just forget the first attempt at a Ouija movie and start the franchise here?
Denis Villeneuve has crafted and elegant science fiction movie that harnesses every aspect of filmmaking to tell a surprising, smart and truly awe-inspiring story.
About halfway through the movie, I came to the following realization: “This movie is a real downer.”
It has enough macabre moments to whet the genre fan’s ravenous appetite
A nail-biting, tense disaster film worth seeing.
From the tremendously played cast, to the quippy, well-penned script, Fuqua’s vision really fires on all cylinders.
As undoubtedly great as Tom Hanks is, there are still only so many ways he can contemplatively look at himself in the mirror before the audience gets bored.
Where The Blair Witch Project looked like a compilation of found footage you’re just stumbling across, Blair Witch feels like a compilation of found footage put together to make a horror movie.
Drummond and company are out to break many taboos.
By the end, the film goes there.
It may have taken nine months, but Universal brings us the first romantic comedy of 2016.
Creating content for people to watch on the web is an uphill climb. With literally millions of choices, how on earth does one go about standing out?