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.
‘Swiss Army Man’ may appear to have been made by madmen, but if you are willing to let it percolate in your brain, it can change the way you view the world.
Imagine that your brain is the Earth and the ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ mothership is sucking all logic, reason and storytelling sense right out of it.
Go see The Shallows for some guilty summer thrills, and when you’re done, check out ‘Fins Attached’ to learn more about how sharks REALLY behave.
De Palma is a movie for hardcore fans of the filmmaker or for cinephiles who are otherwise seriously interested in film history – all others need not apply.
Warcraft does a decent job of adapting those little characters on your computer monitor and bringing them to life on a huge scale – the story, not so much.
The Conjuring 2 does have some creepy and unsettling moments, but its continuous cop-out of actually showing the demonic creatures had me rolling my eyes.
Despite its flaws, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows is a great blend of exciting action & humor, with tolerable doses of positive messaging.
The Huntsman: Winter’s War is mostly a mediocre malevolent mirror movie that is far from being the fairest of the now well-worn fractured fairy-tale genre.
Elvis & Nixon is a funky look at 1970s Americana and two of its wildest and weirdest characters, kind of like a cinematic peanut butter and banana sandwich.