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Review: ‘Wonder Woman’ is the fresh, hopeful superhero movie we need

It took 76 years to get here, but Diana Prince's live-action film has something new to say.        

Review: The Beatles, Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band: Anniversary Edition

Critics of all stripes love analogies. We use them, too often and crutch-like, for rhetorical support. A waggish film critic once, in jest, took the practice to its logical extreme and called Citizen Kane, “the Citizen Kane of movies.” Well-deserved mockery aside, certain monuments tower high... Continue reading

Cannes Review: You Were Never Really Here Packs a Punch, But Lacks Lynne Ramsay’s Usual Poetry

It’s hard not to wish there were more Lynne Ramsay movies, period. The Scottish filmmaker responsible for modern masterpieces Ratcatcher and Morvern Callar takes extended breaks between films, partially of her own accord, partially due to development debacles. (Her last slated film, Jane Got a Gun, got especially hairy, and ... More »

It Comes at Night Review: The Most Unsettling Horror Experience of 2017

Director Trey Edward Shults crafts a unique terror ride with the excellent summer horror movie It Comes at Night.

Review: ‘Get Out’ Gets A Message Across With Chills And Humor

Get Out released this week on Blu-ray & DVD and it’s a movie you must see if you haven’t already. Jordan Peele established himself as a innovative comedian alongside Keegan-Michael Key with their show Key & Peele and last year’s movie Keanu. Show More Summary

Male Stars Are Too Buff Now

Here are two objective and related truths about the new Baywatch movie: (1) It is bad; and (2) Zac Efron is too swoll.I’ll leave it to New York’s David Edelstein to tackle the first statement in his review, but as for the second, I feel qualified enough to tell you ... More »

Newspaper Formally Apologizes To Wookiees For A 40-Year-Old 'Star Wars' Mistake

3 days agoNews : Huffington Post

Better late than never. The Dallas Morning News has apologized for a critical typo it made 40 years ago, when “Star Wars” was first released in movie theaters: “Our review of the original Star Wars, which appeared in The Dallas Morning...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Adios revisits Buena Vista Social Club with few insights

It’s been 20 years since the Buena Vista Social Club album made Cuban music a crossover sensation in the U.S. (for the first time since the ’50s), and 18 years since Wim Wenders’ documentary of the same title played in theaters. What’s...Show More Summary

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales’ Sinks Under The Weight of Mediocrity

4 days agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

If the recent, already forgotten Internet meme of the rotting corpse of an unidentified giant sea creature came back miraculously to zombified half-life, it would like, sound, not to mention smell like Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, the fifth overlong, over-directed, over-everything entry no one seems to want or care about […]

Review: ‘Alien: Covenant’ Delivers On Scares and Intrigue

If Prometheus was supposed to be the planting of the seed, well, Covenant is that seed blossoming into a pretty flower. In the case of the movie, nothing is pretty, it’s scary and creepy, but very entertaining and intriguing. Prometheus was half the movie this is. Show More Summary

Movie Alert!

The Dinner is a really awesome movie that’s currently playing in theaters, but isn’t garnering the attention that it should. I previously covered it on here in my spring movie review and in my movies of the week. It is running in select theaters right now. I highly encourage you to... [Read More] The post Movie Alert! appeared first on The Movie Blog.

Movie Review: The smug satire War Machine can’t wipe that look off its face

The nicest thing one can say about David Michôd’s maladroit, Netflix-produced Afghan War satire War Machine is that despite the high statistical likelihood of its existence (A-list star, bestselling source material, obvious political angle, semi-established writer-director), nothing in the movie suggests that it was made to please anyone. Show More Summary

The Diva Del Mar Reviews It Comes At Night

While, this film might not be ideal for date night, it is a movie that cinephiles should not miss. This film is exquisite and poetic. It’s brilliant filmmaking from a fabulous up-and-coming artist. Read the full article on AICN For those in creative fields, such as filmmaking, work can be cathartic. Show More Summary

Injustice 2 Review: Stronger Than Ever

When Injustice: Gods Among Us released back in 2013, it quickly became an unexpected gem of the fighting genre. In the movies, all a superhero sequel really needs is some new costumes, a bigger roster of characters and a narrative with even bigger stakes on the line. But does that...

Movie Review: Dirty Dancing remake reduces a beloved film to an after-school special

Ahead of its 30th anniversary, Emile Ardolino’s Dirty Dancing is getting its second adaptation in nearly the same amount of time. The first was an ill-conceived 1988-89 TV series from CBS, which replaced Patrick Swayze and Jennifer Grey with Patrick Cassidy and Melora Hardin. Show More Summary

Movie Review: Baywatch is even emptier than its source material

Nobody cares about Baywatch. With the exception of David Hasselhoff, Eastern European villages where it still runs in syndication, or Yasmine Bleeth’s lawyer, no one particularly harbors a lingering appreciation for the series that nevertheless...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Pirates Of The Caribbean slogs out to sea for the fifth time in Dead Men Tell No Tales

Plot is never the best part of a Pirates Of The Caribbean movie. It’s always some mumbo jumbo about maritime curses, lost treasure, and seafaring ghosts—and Pirates Of The Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, the fifth entry in this long-running series adapted from a Disneyland ride, is in no way different. Show More Summary

Dirty Dancing Review: ABC's Musical Remake Is Fun But Falls Short Of The Original

ABC's musical version of the classic 1987 movie Dirty Dancing will soon make its primetime debut, and it's a fun way to kick off the summer TV schedule, although movie fans may find it lacking.

Radiance review – a poignant vision of the power of sight

In Naomi Kawase’s gentle, thoughtful story, a photographer with deteriorating eyesight meets a woman who writes audio descriptions for the visually impaired Naomi Kawase’s delicate movie Radiance lowers its eyes humbly in the presence...Show More Summary

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