Professional moviegoer is a nice job if you can get it, and to his credit, Richard Schickel makes no attempt to hide his good fortune. The longtime film critic for Time magazine, now effectively retired, Schickel began reviewing movies "more or less by accident" in 1965 and has since built a noteworthy...
This is a movie that knows what it is and is content to be so. Light on plot, heavy on abs. Men with shirt allergies and simple goals. So many abs. I have not seen the first Magic Mike. I did, however, read the wikipedia plot summary before the movie started. Show More Summary
Whether it's to so-so reviews or not, TERMINATOR: GENISYS is already being shown on theater screens as I type this. In this type of situation, it would only make sense that today's horror hottie comes from a film about killer cyborgs. Show More Summary
When Magic Mike opened three years ago it was something of a risky proposition. Male stars exploiting their bodies for a young male star’s dream project loosely based on his own stripping career which he felt no shame about? Who would have gues… The post Movie Review: Magic Mike XXL appeared first on Towleroad.
It's been a great six months (unless you're transphobic or one of the six people who enjoyed Backstrom). Let's review.
It’s probably safe to say that a lot of tongue-in-cheek giant-creature movies released since the early ’90s have, on some level, aspired to be Tremors—to do for other mutated beasts what Ron Underwood, S.S. Wilson, and Brent Maddock did for giant worms. Show More Summary
The Irish indie musical Once obviously had an effect on American audiences and, perhaps more so, American filmmakers. In the years since its 2007 release, several movies have attempted to retell the story of two good-hearted people bonding,...Show More Summary
The nasty reviews for the fifth Terminator film, Terminator Genisys, are well earned — but as lousy as the movie is, I must speak up for its makers’ valiant attempt to make something old look new and also old... and new. It’s a vexing problem for a system that... More »
From its opening scene, Amy is almost more noteworthy for what it doesn’t do as a documentary than for the sad story of its famous subject. Director Asif Kapadia (Senna) opens his film not with a montage of talking heads spouting money...Show More Summary
There’s a scene in one episode of Community where Abed is analyzing a fight amongst the study group in the meta-contextual way only he can. As Abed explains the situation, as he sees it, Jeff cuts in infuriated and says, “Why do you have to take everything that happens to us, and shove it up […]
Movie Review - Jackie K Cooper "Faith of Our Fathers" (Pure Flix Entertainment) "Faith of Our Fathers" is a movie with a lot of potential. Its story deals with two men searching for the truth about their deceased fathers. There are strong...Show More Summary
2012’s Magic Mike was pound-for-pound one of the most successful films released that year. With only a $7 million price tag it became one of the most profitable movies in a long time. Naturally, having grossed well over $100 million...Show More Summary
There's no review of Magic Mike XXL that can tell you if the movie is good or bad - it's the kind of movie that you already know whether you want to see it. And if you want to see it, trust me: you will enjoy it, unless every piece of you that likes to have fun has died. Show More Summary
Anticipation grew as I sat in a darkened movie theater with my friend Yvonne Kaye, waiting for the film to begin. Ever since I saw the trailer a few months earlier, I knew it was a must-see. Inside Out is a brain and heart child of the creative geniuses at Disney Pixar. Show More Summary
Guys, it's good. And by "good," I of course mean scathingly bad. More » The 5 Best Quotes From The New York Times Review Of Grey Are Better Than The Book is a post from Crushable - Entertainment, Hot Guys, Movies and Celebrity News.
If it’s summertime on CBS, it’s time to watch the world implode in the most creative of ways, just like it does in big-budget blockbuster movies. The latest addition to CBS’ stable of short-run thrillers about the impending destruction of the human race is Zoo, an adaptation of the pedestrian novel by James Patterson and Michael Ledwidge. Show More Summary
In 1979, Robert Christgau called A Poem Is A Naked Person an “arty horror movie of a documentary.” Twenty-five years later, his assessment holds up, although it’s likely that audiences will take the description of this long-unavailable film as an enticement rather than the moral and aesthetic condemnation that it was meant to be. Show More Summary
I’ve always liked the idea of having a projector, but never actually owned one. It always seemed like too much work: Sure, projecting movies like in theatres would be sweet, but then I’d have to set it up all the time. Isn’t there a better way? More »
It’s no secret that Wes Anderson loves a literary reference. But this video essay from The A to Z Review has compiled all the most literary moments in movies like The Grand Budapest Hotel, Moonrise Kingdom, The Royal Tenenbaums, and Rushmore. Show More Summary
Cowboy Bebop has one of the most popular anime in the western hemisphere over the last couple of decades, and if you haven’t seen the movie, it’s only $7 on Amazon today. Be sure to check out Kotaku’s review if you’re on the fence. [Cowboy Bebop: The Movie, $7] Read more...