In Split, Shyamalan’s latest antagonist suffers from dissociative identity disorder; and like its mental patient, the film’s narrative is kind of all over the place.
Passengers is a disappointment and proof positive that good movies require good stories – not just money, special effects and star power.
The Birth of a Nation is not for the faint of heart: It is a bold, unflinching look at America’s racist past and an important movie that you need to see.
If you’ve been hankering for an atmospheric whodunit involving unstable characters, then The Girl on the Train could be your next stop.
With all of the strife in the world, we could all use a good laugh; and for my money the brainless stupidity of ‘Masterminds’ fits the bill perfectly.
This movie works best when it’s at its strangest, but it feels like Burton was either asleep at the wheel or being restrained from going spectacularly weird.
Even if you’ve never seen ‘Seven Samurai’ or the original ‘The Magnificent Seven,’ through pop culture osmosis you are undoubtedly familiar with this story.
Nearly the same as the original Blair Witch Project; in fact if you were dropped in the middle of the movie it would be hard to tell which Witch is which.
Given the extensive coverage the man and this subject, Snowden is simply irrelevant and tiresome – but maybe that’s what the government wants us to think.
It’s not easy to be a fan of Tarzan in 2016. When you’re big everyone wants to take you down, and you have to be careful not to give them ammunition to do it.