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Teen Spirit Review Elle Fanning sings in director Max Minghella’s modern Cinderella story ‘Teen Spirit.’ Release Date: April 19, 2019 MPAA Rating: PG-13 Synopsis Violet is a shy teenager who dreams of escaping her small town and pursuing her passion to sing. With the help of an unlikely mentor, she enters a local singing competition […]
High Life Review Robert Pattinson takes the lead again in director Claire Denis’ ‘High Life.’ Release Date: April 19, 2019 MPAA Rating: R Synopsis A father and his daughter struggle to survive in deep space where they live in isolation. Cast and Crew Director: Claire Denis Screenwriters: Claire Denis, Jean-Pol Fargeau, Geoff Cox Producers: Laurence […]
The interconnecting stories of Liam O Mochain’s Lost & Found make for a great moviegoing experience.
The backbone of Mary Magdalene are the teachings of Jesus Christ, but Mary is the focus, delivering an old story from a new perspective.
Shazam! is a comic book movie that plays to realism while offering up a fun adventure with an important message about family. Read the review to find out more.
This is not your parent’s Pet Sematary. The 2019 Pet Sematary is better, with scares that you cannot escape (it will get you one way or another).
Did Sharon Tate dream of her own murder? The Haunting of Sharon Tate movie wants you to think so, but does that twist make the movie worth seeing?
Disney classic Dumbo gets the live-action treatment from Director Tim Burton, and the result is not an altogether child-friendly movie.
Jordan Peele uses the doppelgängers in Us to terrify and leave the audience wanting more with the movie’s ambiguous ending.
‘Movie Title’ Review Ferocious creatures meet their Girl-Powered match in ‘Book of Monsters.’ Release Date: March 19, 2019 MPAA Rating: NR Synopsis Sophie’s 18th birthday becomes a bloodbath when monsters descend upon her house and start to devour the party guests. Sophie and her friends must rally together to send their party crashers back to […]
Gaspar Noé attacks the senses with Climax’s soundtrack and creates a beautifully ugly visual language throughout the movie.
Babylon, a British film that the United States did not release until now because of its depiction of racism, is an affecting race relations movie more important today than ever.
Captain Marvel tells a great female superhero origin story that opens up the MCU to new chapters, but everything isn’t perfect.
A professional stalker and plenty of disturbing yet fun moments, Greta explores the stalker experience and all its horror from a melodramatic, pulp-filled place.
The Changeover movie, an adaptation of a popular YA novel, won’t fill the Twilight void audiences may be seeking. It’s far too typical and predictable.
Fun characters, great action, an engaging story, and top tier visuals are enough to make Alita: Battle Angel worth recommending.
The Happy Death Day 2U plot stays true to the original but adds in comedy for a fresher take on the horror genre.
The LEGO Movie 2 surprises by focusing on LEGO toys’ own shortcomings — gender and stereotyping.
The Isle is pretty like a travel commercial but does not provide anything new for the horror genre, besides making you recall what better horror movies there are to see.
The Amityville Murders is the Amityville movie we want, but not the one we deserve.
Steve Coogan and John C. Reilly bring Laurel and Hardy back to vivid life in Stan & Ollie, an engrossing look at the famous comedic duo in the twilight of their career.
In Glass, Shyamalan falls victim to his auteur ego. It’s well-made, but it’s also extremely indulgent as it completes the Eastrail 177 Trilogy.
Rust Creek on its surface looks like a standard redneck-chase horror thriller but the Stockholm Syndrome-like twist it presents makes it so much more.
Emily Blunt is perfect as Mary Poppins, carrying on Julie Andrews legacy wonderfully but with her own spin. If only Mary Poppins Returns music were more memorable.
Karyn Kusama’s Destroyer, a Tarantino Lite film starring Nicole Kidman, is well-made, but there’s nothing to it that hasn’t already been done, and better.
In If Beale Street Could Talk, you are immersed in the world of the characters, and it’s only effective because of Barry Jenkin’s flawless direction and vision.
A fun-filled adventure on land and underwater, Aquaman gives DC comic book movies more credibility and will make moviegoers want to visit Atlantis as much as possible.
After 20-ish years of being the running joke in the Marvel cinematic universe, Spider-Man now has one of the best animated movies of 2018 with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse.
Second Act insults its main character as its two storylines trip over each other.
With Travis Knight at the helm of Bumblebee, it’s a humble, indie-inspired, and decent Transformers movie.
The Favourite, a nearly black comedy peppered with subtle political satire is indie auteur Yorgos Lanthimos’ most accessible movie yet.
The film adaptation of Philip Reeve’s “Mortal Engines” is stunning to look at but rushes you through the rich potential of the story.
‘Robin Hood’ is full of exciting action, a touch of romance, and re-energizes the legend. It ends with plenty of bangs, but also confusion.
Viggo Mortensen and Mahershala Ali Shine Brightly In ‘Green Book.’
‘Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald’ makes great promises, like that of an epic wizard battle. Sadly, we’re not there yet in the story.
Not a ‘Cloverfield’ movie, nor a zombie movie, ‘Overlord’ brings the horror to a group of paratroopers in World War II.
‘River Runs Red’ balks at being a socially relevant movie in favor of a typical action revenge plot.
The fourth book adaptation in the Millennium series, written by David Lagercrantz after Larson’s passing, is ready for you. Here’s even better news for fans and everyone else who enjoys a terrific thriller: The Girl in the Spider’s Web is quite good.
Have you ever wondered would happen if the thieves from Don’t Breathe broke into a house where one of those high-class parties from The Purge was happening? Well, wonder no more, because that’s the basic concept behind Monster Party.
Luca Guadagnino’s ‘Suspiria’ is an artsy interpretation of the Dario Argento horror classic.
‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ Review An entertaining, albeit very safe, biopic about the legendary Freddie Mercury. Release Date: November 2, 2018 MPAA Rating: PG-13 Synopsis Bohemian Rhapsody chronicles the years leading up to Queen’s legendary appearance at the Live Aid concert. Cast and Crew Director: Bryan Singer Screenwriter(s): Anthony McCarten Cast: Rami Malek (Freddie Mercury), Lucy Boynton […]
‘Halloween’ Review The final confrontation between Laurie Strode and Michael Myers in ‘Halloween’ is drenched in blood and gore. Release Date: October 19, 2018 MPAA Rating: R Synopsis Laurie Strode comes to her final confrontation with Michael Myers, the masked figure who has haunted her since she narrowly escaped his killing spree on Halloween night […]
The Guilty is so simple and effortlessly put together, yet so packed with emotion, tension, and even a few “whoa, what?” moments.
First Man tells the story of Neil Armstrong’s foray into NASA and his eventual Apollo 11 mission in which he and Buzz Aldrin were the first humans to set foot on the moon.
After the Goosebumps movie a few years ago delighted both kids and adults, a sequel seemed all but guaranteed. Now it’s here. But can Goosebumps 2: Haunted Halloween live up to the standard set by its predecessor? The short answer is yes. Yes it can.
After creating the hit TV series “Lost,” writer/director Drew Goddard jumped into feature filmmaking with both feet in 2012 and made The Cabin in the Woods, which is easily one of the best movies of the twenty-first century. Since then, he’s settled into screenwriting by working on scripts for big budget Hollywood fare like The Martian and World War Z. But now, after four years of writing for others, Goddard makes a triumphant return to the director’s chair with the pulpy Bad Times at the El Royale.
A revisionist western from French Director Jacques Audiard.
It’s rare that a villain is iconic and well-known enough to get their own movie, but if there were a shortlist of candidates, Venom would be on it.
Years before writers/directors/life partners Wash Westmoreland and Richard Glatzer made the wonderful Still Alice, the pair began work on a passion project about French novelist Sidonie-Gabrielle Colette. A couple of weeks after Julianne Moore won the Academy award for her performance in Still Alice, Glatzer passed away from ALS. One of his final wishes was to get their movie about Colette made, and now, Westmoreland honors his legacy with Colette.
People say that there’s no more creativity in Hollywood. And, with everything from Oldboy to RoboCop getting remade, who can blame them? Especially when some remakes are remakes of remakes of remakes. Like A Star Is Born.