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.
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.
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.
Some might think the story silly for the fact that they often bring swords to gunfights. In the end, both are well-played.
…this film makes its fellow office massacre film The Belko Experiment look like Shakespeare.
This film is a tough watch, but it is worthy. One should not watch this nor should they avoid it simply because of who produced it.
It’s not easy to love this film. It’s relatively easy to like, just for the women’s talent alone.
It wouldn’t hurt to show a single blade of grass growing in some dirt. All in good time, I suppose. Maybe part 5?
It does the almost impossible task of bringing together everything we’ve seen and opens the door to everything else we might see in the future.
Two films for those who need horrid stories for Christmas.
If you’re a fan of Ahmed, give this a spin. It’s not unusual to see him play a significantly challenged individual. We’ve never seen him play a father. He does both well until the story runs out of steam and decides it’s going to go the route of Smokey and the Bandit II.