The new iteration of Stephen King’s IT wastes no time getting off to a screaming start.
The film feels as cold as INTERSTELLAR with not one character to genuinely care about.
Paul Preston & Justin Bowler recall their shenanigans at this year’s San Diego Comic-Con, July 20-22. Truly, the most wonderful time of the year.
Paul Preston’s ongoing effort to watch a movie a day for the rest of his life. Today’s movies – “Pee Wee’s Big Adventure” & “Ed Wood”.
A more apt title for this retelling of the King Arthur story could be called “Guy Ritchie’s King Arthur: Legend of the Sword”.
Paul Preston’s ongoing effort to watch a movie a day for the rest of his life. Today’s movie – “The Big Sleep”.
Paul Preston’s ongoing effort to watch a movie a day for the rest of his life. Today’s movies – “We’re the Millers” & “The 40-Year-Old Virgin”.
“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”.
I will risk sounding like the old man on the porch, but it was too much.
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”
One of those theatre experiences where you realize while you are seeing it that you might be watching an all-time classic.
Movie Guy Paul Preston looks at some egregious moments of Hollywood overspending from the last year.
Does Suicide Squad have its share of entertaining moments? Most definitely.
The setting along with the vehicles are gloriously post-apocalyptic and the soundtrack rouses us like never before. But where is Max in all of this?
Ray Schillaci recommends four exceptional short films: “The Apple Tree”, “Tomgirl”, “Moving On” and “A Tricky Treat”.
May I present a film near and dear to my childhood heart that still holds up…
“The Ninth Configuration” suffered the fate of being too high-minded for its time. But for those deep thinkers who were open to its philosophical and metaphysical musings and its search for a higher being, the pay off was a remarkable experience.
This is a well-tuned machine that provides a fun trip to the movies that can be enjoyed by just about anyone young and old.
In a movie age where more and more is being thrown on the screen – more computer effects, bigger armies of monsters and baddies, numbingly epic running times – “Gravity” shows the beauty that can result in paring down.
They say the devil is in the details, and it certainly was with this film.
I won’t regurgitate the same old manure you could get EVERYWHERE else. Instead, I will inform you of my own personal journey. It is so much sweeter (and it has funnier (and hotter, I might add) pictures).
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A really terrible sequel to “Cats & Dogs”