The John Wick franchise keeps doubling down on itself in the best way possible.
We take on the impossible task of reviewing a movie all about endings without spoiling it.
Alternating between great pot boiler scenes and largely useless flashbacks, here’s what we think of Bad Times at El Royale.
What more could you possibly want out of an spy/action movie?
Happy 2018 let’s talk about hope and how it is a mistake!
What if – stop me if you’ve heard this one – action sequences also served as character development?
Miike is ready to continue what he’s great at doing: splashing screens everywhere with action, blood, and maybe a few too many characters.
Baby Driver has the pedal to the metal from minute one.
Sam and Chris debate the Marvel movie with the brightest colors.
On good days I consider “Citizen Kane” the seminal film of the sound era, but on bad days it is “King Kong.” That is not to say I dislike “King Kong,” which, in this age of technical perfection, uses its very naivete to generate a kind of creepy awe. It’s simply to observe that this… Continue reading Eighty Years of King Kong: Spectacle or Story?