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Beauty Really is Skin Deep in ‘The Neon Demon’ — MOVIE REVIEW

yesterdayLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

What are we looking at? THE NEON DEMON‘s first tableau features Elle Fanning, throat slit and reclining on a chaise lounge floating over a pool of photogenic crimson blood. It’s so perfectly lit and shaped it begs to be honored as a metap… Read The post Beauty Really is Skin Deep in ‘The Neon Demon’ — MOVIE REVIEW appeared first on Towleroad.

Review of Free State of Jones

I went to see Free State of Jones on Friday and thoroughly enjoyed it. It’s not a perfect movie by a long shot, but it is an important movie when placed in the context of the ongoing backlash against Confederate iconography and the gradual erosion of the Lost Cause narrative of the war that we’ve […]

This Rotten Week: Predicting The BFG, The Legend Of Tarzan And The Purge: Election Year Reviews

The summer blockbuster season is still rolling on - and this week is a special one, as it happens to be the first week of July. Will the crop of new movies get big reviews and blow up at the box office? We'll have to wait and see, as we have The BFG, The Legend of Tarzan and...

"Independence Day: Resurgence" Should Have Been Better - Much Better

Movie Review - Jackie K Cooper "Independence Day: Resurgence" (20th Century Fox) "Independence Day: Resurgence" is a sequel that should automatically be a hit. First off it has a reason for being. We all knew the aliens that attacked earth in the first film would be back some day. Show More Summary

‘The Shallows’ Review: Blake Lively Makes For Lovely Shark Bait In Zillionth Ripoff Of ‘Jaws’

You have to give director Jaume Collet-Serra and the producers of this exploitative shark vs. surfer- woman movie, they know how to do it for a price. You can just imagine the pitch meeting on Columbia Pictures’ The Shallows. “Hey let’s...Show More Summary

MOVIE REVIEW: ‘Independence Day’ Sequel is More Regurgitant Than Resurgent

4 days agoHumor / odd : Nerd Bastards

The long awaited sequel to Independence Day was one of those “I’ll believe when I see it” movies. It’s been talked about for so long, only to pop up when someone asked director Roland Emmerich about it in the midst of making other movies, that it seemed doubtful that the next wave of space invaders would ever […]

Review: ‘Independence Day: Resurgence’ Shoots for the Moon, Lands in Crazytown

When Independence Day hit theaters in 1996, it brought the spectacle of global destruction, exciting action, some decent laughs, and an ensemble of memorable characters with nary a huge movie star in sight. Twenty years later, Independence Day: Resurgence attempts to deliver all that again. Show More Summary

'Independence Day': Resurgence Review: A Bigger, Badder Bucket Of Sht Is Still A Bucket of Sht

4 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

There's a surprising number of people who recall Roland Emmerich's 1996 alien invasion flick, Independence Day, with a good bit of fondness. It is not, by any sort of objective or critical standard, a good movie. The acting is over-the-top,...

‘The Shallows’ Is to Shark What ‘Gravity’ Was to Space, and Both Are Done Great Disservices By Words

In the first round of reviews that’ve come out about Orphan director Jaume Collet-Serra The Shallows, the movie’s been praised pretty much for what it is — a shallow but exhilarating movie whose premise is: bikini-ed Blake Lively stranded on rock, battling an engorged toothy fish (sure, call it a shark). The action is laudably well-shot, the cunning machinations […]

What ‘The Shallows’ Lacks in Depth, it Nearly Makes Up in Fun (FILM REVIEW)

The Shallows begs neither for a watch nor remembrance, but still sort of manages to be a fun enough time at the movies. The post What ‘The Shallows’ Lacks in Depth, it Nearly Makes Up in Fun (FILM REVIEW) appeared first on Glide Magazine.

Movie Review: Raman Raghav 2.0

Director Anurag Kashyap is obviously inspired by Sriram Raghavan’s short film on Raman Raghav, lifting several scenes. But in his attempt to make it an edgier, contemporary narrative, Kashyap loses out on the potency of the plot.

Movie Review: The gimmicky survival thriller The Shallows is out of its depth

Dappled by glints of Capri Sun light, the blue waves of a secluded Mexican beach beckon the young and hardbodied to surf and fall prey to a humongous CGI shark in The Shallows, a fitfully entertaining mix of offscreen gore and Maxim-esque T&A. Show More Summary

Nikon releases new firmware for D5: Improves video and adds flicker reduction

Nikon has released new firmware for its flagship D5 DSLR. There are four main improvements included in firmware v1.10, which address some of the frustrations that we had with the D5 in our full review. Video Recording Upgrades: Movie...Show More Summary

Movie Review: Not even McConaughey can make good drama from Free State Of Jones

Free State Of Jones is the type of movie that tends to either win Oscars or become an also-ran punchline due to its failure to win Oscars. Neither distinction is particularly fair; there are enough laments about the sequel-saturatedShow More Summary

Review: 'The Shallows' (A.K.A. 'Blake Lively v Shark: Dawn of What's This?)

5 days agoFilm / Film Reviews : Pajiba

Going into The Shallows, I had dueling expectations. I either wanted this movie to be as gloriously dumb as the seemingly SYFY original premise of "Blake Lively versus Great White" promises. Or I wanted it to be as smart and...

Movie Review: The Fundamentals Of Caring is a quirky trip to a familiar destination

Maybe it’s reading too deeply into Netflix’s The Fundamentals Of Caring to wonder whether the film’s initial attempts at a new kind of disability narrative eventually giving way to sentimentality are an attempt to mirror the personality...Show More Summary

Review: Free State of Jones, White Savior or Nah?

When I saw the first trailer for Free State of Jones, I knew I was not going to like it. White guy leads rebellion of poor whites and runaways blacks in the Civil War? I expected another white savior movie where the hero gets the post-racial bonus prize of the black girlfriend or wife for […]

Movie Review: Swiss Army Man is somehow even crazier than it looks

“Caught in a storm,” reads the SOS note, bobbing in a sea of perfect blue. On an island too small for one man, one man (Paul Dano, in a Robinson Crusoe beard) tightens a noose around his neck. But he soon has company, washed in by the waves: a man with pallid skin, unblinking eyes, and a mouth frozen in a perpetual grimace. Show More Summary

The One Glaring Problem With 'Finding Dory'

Pixar just keeps swimming. After 13 long years Finding Dory, the sequel to Finding Nemo, arrived with a splash this weekend, receiving strong reviews and big box-office returns. The movie is a treat for us '90s kids as much as it isShow More Summary

The One Glaring Problem With 'Finding Dory'

Pixar just keeps swimming. After 13 long years Finding Dory, the sequel to Finding Nemo, arrived with a splash this weekend, receiving strong reviews and big box-office returns. The movie is a treat for us '90s kids as much as it isShow More Summary

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