I was pleasantly surprised to find that this science-fiction flick has enough originality to set itself apart from the obvious comparisons.
“Kong: Skull Island” could very well be the “ape-x” of all monster movies – it is that good.
A Wolverine movie you can’t even bring your kids to is a crime against all of human and mutant kind.
And as one Empire ends, so begins another. That’s the thrust of Aftermath: Empire’s End, the grand final to Chuck Wendig’s Star Wars novel trilogy.
‘The Great Wall’ is just simple, mindless fun and ultimately disappointing – and the moviegoers are going to pay for it.
This film does what it does pretty good; but there’s not much new here; and its entertainment value will depend on how much you enjoy a large body count.
‘The LEGO Batman Movie’ is easily the most entertaining movie so far this year and it sets the bar high for any upcoming action-comedy films.
Yakuza 0 focuses on Kiryu and Majima this time around with a backdrop of the wild 1980’s. This makes it once of the best entries into the series yet.
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.
“A Monster Calls” is the best movie of the past year; and like any great monster it is beautiful, painful, noble and thought-provoking.