Game Night is a movie for sure. It absolutely has actors in it, and you can absolutely watch it. And it doesn’t hurt to watch it! Is it a productive use of your time? Probably not. But is anything a productive use of your time? Is reading this review productive? What are you planning on… Continue reading Game Night is A Movie for Sure
True confession time: Joe Wright’s 2005 Pride & Prejudice is one of my all-time favorite movies. I am in love with both Keira Knightley as Elizabeth, and Matthew MacFadyen as Darcy. Early Rosamund Pike and Jena Malone performances are icing on this extra yummy cookie dough feast. The cinematography, production design and and all-around world… Continue reading Darkest Hour
The Commuter is the movie I hope and pray for when I commit 90 minutes to watching something I know for a fact isn’t going to be “good.” Last week I reviewed Proud Mary and spent a lot of time talking about how frustratingly dull it’s aesthetics were. To me, judging these films based on… Continue reading The Commuter; It’s No Borat, but’s it’s Very Nice!
The Shape of Water is a superb cinematic experience. But does one flaw at its core undermine the whole film?
Christopher Maher: Hey Sam, hope you’re enjoying this rainy day. Is it cold out? I don’t think I’ve even been outside yet. Is it misty? Because The Beguiled by Sofia Coppola sure was, and also we saw it yesterday and we’re talking about it today. What’d you think? Samuel B Russell: The Beguiled wasn’t so… Continue reading The Beguiled Beguiles These Guys, But at What Cost?