Hollywood franchise-building is a competitive business, so it’s remarkable to see how many different studios have agreed to put aside their differences and allow the Bad series to develop across various corporate borders. Sure, there...Show More Summary
The postmodern practice of recording every aspect of your daily life for posterity certainly has its downsides, but it’s also what makes a movie like Gleason possible. This Amazon Studios-produced documentary follows the everyday routines...Show More Summary
Here’s the joke—if you can call it that—of Homo Sapiens, the eerie and post-apocalyptic new documentary piece by Austria’s Nikolaus Geyrhalter: It’s got no people in it. Shot all over the world, the film offers a breathtaking array of abandoned places. Show More Summary
“Don’t let money be a dirty word,” says Naomi Bishop (Anna Gunn), steely senior investment banker at Remson Partners, as she gives a talk at a wine-and-cheese mixer of Manhattan businesswomen. It’s not quite Wall Street’s “Greed is good,” but it doesn’t have to be. Show More Summary
Nico Mastorakis’ The Zero Boys checks a lot of boxes in terms of what I’m looking for in an awesomely fun movies. This 1986 flick is part action, part horror and all B-movie glory. I love it, it’s great and you should watch it. Here’s why. The Zero Boys opens in what appears to be the middle of […]
In Ice Age: Collision Course, the 5th entry in animated franchise which first debuted 2002, the central characters once again find themselves in extreme peril and reacting to it in kind. Manny the mammoth (Ray Romano), overly worries,...Show More Summary
One day, one of the new Star Trek films will be more than the sum of its parts — the parts being a nearly perfect cast. But until then we have Star Trek Beyond, a movie that is half-entertaining and half-frustrating. More »
In a summer seemingly defined by how disappointing so many movies have been, Star Trek Beyond is an oasis. It’s crowd-pleaser that has something on its mind, a sequel that’s not painfully beholden to massive franchise plans, and a story about the power of positivity overcoming darkness. Show More Summary
I've always had the feeling that there are some who think black films didn't start until the mid-1980s with the appearance of Spike Lee and his debut "She's Gotta Have It." Some others may think that black movies didn't exist until the advent of the blaxploitation films of the early to mid-1970s, while others may believe it started with the "L.A. Show More Summary
In an entertainment era where low budget horror movies seem to be everywhere you turn, it gets harder and harder to find the good, enjoyable ones. Noah and Daren think "Lights Out" fits the bill of being entertaining and enjoyable, despite a few minor flaws. [Read more...]
Movie Review - Jackie K Cooper "Ice Age: Collision Course" (20th Century Fox) "Ice Age: Collision Course" is the latest in the "Ice Age" series of movies. It all began in 2002 and "Collision Course" is the fifth installment. The story...Show More Summary
Friday night at San Diego Comic-Con, I was privileged to be in the one audience ever that thought they were seeing a movie called The Woods , but ended up seeing the third Blair Witch film . It was a shocking, awesome reveal that was long planned by the studio. And the best part was that the movie is good—and very, very scary. Read more...
First off, I have to confess I have never seen an episode of the cult British sitcom Absolutely Fabulous, which ran off and on for the better part of the past quarter century. So seeing the new feature film spinoff Absolutely Fabulous:...Show More Summary
The movie follows an improv troupe and its members, who can be both supportive and catty.
"Lights Out has a terrific new movie monster, which is worth the price of admission even when the movie doesn't work as well as it should." The post Lights Out Review appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
The Sharknado movies are actually everything I want out of cinema. I go to movies to see things that don’t exist in real life, but that creative people can imagine. I like to say that making sense is the death of creativity, because it restricts the possibilities of ideas. Show More Summary
Let’s pretend Star Trek Into Darkness didn’t happen. That seemed to the opinion of fans going into Star Trek Beyond, but more than that, it seems to be the inherent approach of Justin Lin and his team in making Beyond. In time for Star Trek‘s 50th anniversary, Beyond, this movie takes the template developed by J.J. Abrams in his two movies, keeps […]
Thoughts on, and a place to discuss, the plot points we can’t reveal in our review. Why would anyone cast Idris Elba in a movie and then cover him up layers of prosthetics and make-up? And isn’t it kind of silly that the USS Franklin,...Show More Summary
Boldly going back to its roots, the third reboot movie is small in scale and big on fun.