Zack Snyder's Justice League is both the best and worst of everything we've seen from the Warner Bros. DC Extended Universe movies. There are plenty of things to like, and about an equal number to dislike. But ultimately, its good things bumped up against the bad enough to leave me with hope and excitement for what's to come. More »
Growing up there were two types of movies I always loved watching…Horror movies and silent movies. Surprisingly, I had never seen the classic 1922 silent horror film Nosferatu in its entirety. Luckily for me and my fellow Horror Flick Chick Angela, we were lucky enough to catch it last month... Show More Summary
Blood Rage (1987) Film Concept Group/Film Limited Partnership Buy the movie Until about two months ago, I’m not sure if I had ever heard of the late ’80s slasher horror movie Blood Rage. I know for a fact that I had never seen it. I thought I knew of pretty much every ’80s slasher movie by […]
The satire by Armando Ianucci (creator of Veep) is getting great early reviews in Britain (The Guardian's critic called it the movie of the year). The Russians beg to differ - even though no one there has seen it and the distributor hasn't even applied for a license for it yet. A pro-Kremlin newspaper pro-Kremlin […]
Have you seen It? I saw it opening weekend, but decided to mull it over for a while before I wrote my review. I needed time to digest it, I guess. First of all, if you’ve seen It, please let me know your thoughts below. I’m curious to know what you made of it. Here’s...
Richard Brody reviews Rob Tregenza’s film “Gavagai” and questions why it is facing limited distribution.
I have seen into the abyss, and it has drained from me my very will to live. Which is to say, I have seen The Layover. On its surface this female-fronted comedy seems like a Bride Wars ripoff, where two...
Full disclosure: I have not seen Transformers: The Last Knight. (I’m currently listening to the /Filmcast’s highly entertaining review of it.) But just because I haven’t seen the movie yet, that doesn’t preclude me from exploring its...Show More Summary
Photo Courtesy of Lionsgate. For any of us who grew up with the Power Rangers (which is likely a majority seeing the number of years they have spanned) have either already seen the movie, or are looking to check it out upon its release on DVD. Show More Summary
PLOT: A cabin-in-the-woods getaway is ruined by an alien invasion. REVIEW: Director Mauro Borrelli's sci-fi thriller THE RECALL has four credited writers, but it starts out in a way we've all seen countless times before. Aside...Show More Summary
It’s a chance to fly on the back of a Banshee and soar over the moon of Pandora. The Banshee is a flying creature seen in the science fiction movie “Avatar,” and the chance to fly on it is on “Avatar Flight of Passage,” an attraction at Disney’s Animal Kingdom. The simulator attraction is one […]
We're about a month away from the release of Wonder Woman and a lot of people are really concerned how the movie is finally going to turn out. Official reviews have not yet been released but some industry people have seen the film and one of them in now talking.
Yup. Movie called "Orient Express" - and I don't see any Asian people on here ???????????????????? pic.twitter.com/DhM8W0GXZk— Rebecca Theodore (@FilmFatale_NYC) May 3, 2017 In case you're one of the few people who haven't seen any of the many high-profile movies,...
Let's cut to the chase: The Circle is one of the worst movies I've ever seen. It's so shockingly flat, logically flawed, emotionally vapid, and astoundingly awkward that its end credits felt like a cruel prank. How is it possible...
The most interesting thing about the Netflix exclusive Sand Castle is probably how much of an Iraq War movie it is, in the sense that, like any truly middling example of a genre, it involuntarily bares the genre’s tropes. It’s a stale,...Show More Summary
Art Direction: Ghost in the Shell Solograms and Posters abduzeedo Apr 12, 2017 I have not seen Ghost in the Shell yet, but it's definitely on the list of movies I want to see despite the not so good reviews. One of the reasons is the look and feel of the movie. Show More Summary
Everyone in the UK must have seen the Rotten Tomatoes reviews for Shia LaBeouf's new movie, because absolutely no one is going to see it—except for maybe one person. Variety, which describes Man Down as a "war thriller," simply says "Ouch" as it reports the gross box-office take for...
If Slamma Jamma isn’t the worst movie ever made about basketball, then it’s because some of the actual hoops footage is decent, provided you ignore the fact that the crew and equipment can be seen in about a quarter of the shots. Otherwise,...Show More Summary
It’s not déjà vu. You have seen this movie before. Once upon a time, it went by the name Groundhog Day and starred Bill Murray as a weatherman stuck repeating the same day over and over and over again. It had jokes. Really good ones....Show More Summary
It’s very rare, even close to unseen, for a wide-release movie to get a perfect score on Rotten Tomatoes just a day before its release. A score of 100% means that every critic who has seen the movie so far gave it a positive review. Even some of the movies you’d expect to have a perfect score don’t have one. Show More Summary