The effectiveness of a film like this is it even has this viewer questioning the nature of his relationship with his own wife. Is there a partnership there, or is it a threat?
One thing is for sure, Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is rewatchable.
Written and Directed by Robert EggersBased on The legend of Amieth by Saxo GrammaticusStarring Alexander Skarsgård, Nicole Kidman, Claes Bang, Anya Taylor-Joy, Ethan Hawke, Björk, Willem Dafoe There is a […]
Moonfall is the same movie Emmerich has been making since his days with Dean Devlin.
The end result is somewhere between Wes Anderson and David Lynch, which can be good or bad depending on one’s point of view.
If you don’t see this film, that’s fine. The hints in the trailer are probably enough. If one does see the Morbius, they likely won’t love it, but they also will not hate it. It’s there to give you a rundown of what this living vampire can do, and for not much more.
We know something is coming, and we are pretty sure what is coming.
If you have any appreciation for the journey or even just the incredible skill of Bullock, give The Lost City your time.
This is not necessarily something that would succeed on the big screen. It is definitely something worth watching after dark on a weekend.
In Almost Famous, we have all problems wrapped up in a nice little bow with not much more than smiles to remember. There should have at least been some sort of venerial disease as a result of all that messing around.
Shi definitely has a gift for portraying the difficulty of navigating from one generation to another with love being the ballast for the family.
The Adam Project is a good diversion if you are home looking for something to explode on screen just a little and warm your heart a little more.
There is something very special about this film.
If you need a fix of Paxton and Fishburne on cruise control, you could do worse. Just not much worse.
Hard to believe the film will be remembered for anything more than Liu’s obvious talent.
As it stands the film feels like a particularly brutal television movie with a few good lines and way too many characters speechifying.