There have been so many movies, miniseries, books and who knows what else on the life of Jacqueline Onassis Kennedy over the decades that it’s hard to imagine there is anything new or original left to say. But in the movie Jackie, director Pablo Larrain, writer Noah Oppenheim and star Natalie Portman pull off something of a miracle. Show More Summary
Perhaps you've seen a movie called Cargo? No, Jason Statham isn't in it. It's a dystopian sci-fi film from Switzerland that was a Netflix mainstay for years, concerning the crew of a space freighter and a potentially dangerous cargo that needed delivering to a distant station. Show More Summary
I'll say this for Doctor Strange: It's unlike any Marvel movie we've ever seen. And for the most part, I mean that in the best possible way. This new entry, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the titular Strange, is a weird,...
The Earth Dies Screaming is a movie we’ve all seen before even if we’ve never seen it before. What I mean by that is the plot is very similar to every zombie film in many ways and while this pre-dates Night of the Living Dead by four years it’s definitely flown more under the radar […]
I could not miss the limited American showing of Shin Godzilla. I realized this is the first time I’ve seen a proper Toho Godzilla movie in a theater since Godzilla 1985! It was an excellent, albeit very strange kaiju movie....
You never know when a disaster will strike. It could cut off utilities, food supply, communication, and access to health care. Have you seen the movie Contagion? Did you know America is $20 trillion in debt now and has doubled its dead...Show More Summary
Cinelou Films Has it really been four years since we've seen Eddie Murphy in a movie? It's a testament to his star power that he's one of those actors you don't forget about even when he goes away, and attests to his great personal charisma that even though he has made [...]
Movies about giant monsters descending upon cities are a common sight, as are movies about chronic screwups trying to get their lives back on track. But if a movie has ever combined those premises before, I haven’t seen it. Written and...Show More Summary
Kubo and the Two Strings is, hands down, the most visually stunning animated movie I have ever seen. I love many kinds of animation and it’s foolish to try to compare them, but this movie made me gasp out loud repeatedly. The animation is unusual, detailed, gorgeous, and dreamlike, and the imagery is simply amazing. Show More Summary
The first six minutes of Complete Unknown constitute the most arresting, confounding opening sequence in recent memory. One of the film’s stars, Rachel Weisz, is first seen looking at a room for rent; she tells the landlord that herShow More Summary
When Suicide Squad hit theaters, it was already tanked by the majority of critics’ reviews. We’ve seen time and time again that critic response can singlehandedly take down a movie’s chances of being a successful hit at the box office. Show More Summary
This past Tuesday, August 2nd, the review embargo for Suicide Squad was lifted, meaning that critics who had gone to early press screenings were free to publish all their not-too-friendly words about the movie. And oh boy, were they...
I recently watched and reviewed Dangerous Men and I basically called in the most incompetently made movie I’ve ever seen, but it’s still manages to be a lot of fun and really enjoyable. Field Freak, also known as The Monster Outside in some parts of the world, is technically (I think) a better made movie […]
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
From the moment the project was announced, Ghostbusters has been plagued with its own set of ghouls. Now, those haters (of a movie they have not seen) have taken to IMDB to flood the movie (that has not yet been released) with negative reviews. ScreenCrush was first to point out ... More »
When it comes to super dumb summer comedies, Mike and Dave Need Wedding Dates looks to have nailed its genre. Now, I haven't seen the movie yet, but every trailer, ad, and early review seems to reinforce its aggressively...
Monsterland is easily one of the most fun movies I have seen in a very long time. It’s a collection of short films put together by Dread Central and presented as anthology, sort of. I say sort of because there isn’t anything that ties this short films together really, though there is a pretty good […]
When I first talked to Nick Palmiscano about writing a review of this movie, I mentioned to him that I knew I would need to watch it at least twice because I was sure I would miss something. Based on the trailers I had seen, beind the scene stories I had heard and just knowing […]
A new movie on Ramanujan is coming out; mathematician Peter Woit gives it a very positive review, while film critic Anthony Lane is not so impressed. Both these reactions make sense, I guess (or so I say without having actually seen the movie myself). Show More Summary
I'm not going to insult you by pretending I've seen KILL THEORY in its entirety, fo I have not. Without a single review to go by on Rotten Tomatoes, this is one slasher flick that may as well just be slashed out of existence....Show More Summary