Don’t Breathe turns the criminals versus blind person concept on its head and delivers a film that is basted with intensity and originality.
War Dogs had potential to be “The Big Short” of our military industrial complex and I really wish writer/director Todd Phillips had stayed in that vein.
Telltale is certainly doing well to lay out an interesting Batman story, but where it’s roughest is with the action aspect of the comic book hero.
Jason Bourne is a two-hour chase sequence where the camera and actors rarely stop moving; which may sound like a plus but we’ve seen all of this before.
There’s something strange in the neighborhood and it certainly don’t look good for fans of the original Ghostbusters film. The new remake is bad… scary bad.
‘The Infiltrator’ brings nothing new to the drug crime-drama genre. Watching old ‘Miami Vice’ re-runs would be more entertaining than sitting through movie.
Captain Fantastic is an eccentric new ‘f*** society’ film that can best be described as an R-rated mash-up of The Mosquito Coast and The Partridge Family.
‘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.
‘The Legend of Tarzan’ is the almost perfect trifecta of a romantic love story, an ultra- exciting and heroic adventure film, and a historical period drama.
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.