It’s not much of a stretch to say that this film is an ingenious and symbolic snapshot of fly-over America’s current hateful, cuck-calling state of affairs.
In Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Harry Potter scribe J.K. Rowling borrows heavily from Men in Black with a convoluted and meandering story.
Doctor Strange is yet another Marvel masterpiece. It’s a great origin story and introduction to one of the comic universe’s most intriguing characters.
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.
The events leading up to the Deepwater Horizon disaster could have been prevented up and down the chain of command, but ultimately, what led to it was overwhelming greed.
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.