The most complex parent gets the title of the film, if only because we know, eventually the daughters will get all of the glory. Talk about inspiration. Talk about greatness. Talk about The Williams Sisters.
This is fine, for an inexact start.
The questions heading into the film are numerous. Some are answered: even more arise in their wake.
Army of Thieves feels as quaint as a home movie compared to Army of the Dead.
The Many Saints… does a fair job covering a lot of territory. It’s clearly too much to adequately cover in just one two hour film.
This is the best attribute about Copshop: viewers go in expecting one thing and they are delighted by the different talents that is worth following elsewhere.
Michelle Yeoh plucked this viewer out of the haze and made a lasting impression.
As it turns out, Marvel made the right choice. Candyman, the “spiritual” (instead of exploitive) sequel to the 1992 original, is superior in every way. In fact, this film is so good, it makes Bernard Rose’s film essential viewing, if only to complete the context.
Written and Directed by James GunnStarring Margot Robbie, Idris Elba, John Cena, Joel Kinnaman, Sylvester Stallone (voice), Viola Davis, Jai Courtney, Peter Capaldi, Daniela Melchior, David Dastmalchian Idiris Elba is […]
If you like stories with morals that haven’t been re-written in the last 12 years, The Green Knight should entertain. The result feels more entertaining and less tainted by modernity
The best thing about that first film, however, is the best thing about the second film: Millicent Simmonds.
Notaro especially is worth the price of admission, with her wry comedic observations wafting through the heavy air like a wisdom to which the rest of us are not privy.
Those Who Wish Me Dead is an above average thriller (with an awful title) where women are allowed to shine without making the film look too woke for the willing suspension of disbelief.
It’s not necessarily a reinvention, but the same story in better hands.
So here we are, the main event. Where does this series go now?
Watching Bob Odenkirk live out his John Wick fantasy is a treat for any asshole who pictures himself something of a wolf in sheep’s clothing.