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.
Passengers is a disappointment and proof positive that good movies require good stories – not just money, special effects and star power.
The Force is strong with this One.
Directed by John Madden and written by Jonathan Perera, this seems to be very much a man’s take on how a wily woman might work in the world of politics.
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.