It’s hard to enjoy a truly disturbing film like this so much as one can just appreciate the effort.
Outside of Hanks, Elvis is a nice montage of history. Just like his life. Blink and you’ll miss it.
Cregger handles some very common story elements in a completely original way.
This could be one of the strangest films one sees this decade. Or just a movie about revenge.
Seeing Stallone battle his inner demons…makes this almost worth the watch.
Prey is the Predator film that threatens to put all of the others to shame.
Bullet Train is perhaps the most fun you will have dodging blood splatter this summer.
If you take this film as a Gosling vehicle, and you won’t be disappointed. If you think of it as the Russo’s and Evans’ followup to their magnificent MCU films, you may be left wanting.
Peele has the whole world in his hands, and it is up to him and his precisely articulate and interesting vision how we are allowed to view it.
If you ever wanted to see a more scenic and less intelligent version of Jaws, here ya go.
The scares in Umma are not so prevalent as they are insinuated.
It’s a beacon of acting light that could only be ruined by making a sequel.
Natalie Portman was the least appealing aspect of the first two Thor films. When she was not in on the third film, the series completely hit its stride for the first time. Now she’s back. Will it kill the vibe in the room that Taika Waititi brought with him for Ragnorok?
One will definitely feel like they’ve gone through hell in the seventies when they come out of this movie.
Is this series worthwhile or is it just one big Golden Sombrero?
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?