FROM NEXT MOVIE "Star Trek Into Darkness" is out in theaters, and if you haven't seen it already, go do so. (It's a ton of fun and should be seen on as big a screen as possible.) But before you do that, if you need a little more convincing, the folks over at Next Movie [...]
During an A.V. Club interview after Graceland premièred at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2012, writer-director Ron Morales admitted he wrote the screenplay having never seen or heard of High And Low: “Then I saw it after the first draft, and I was like, ‘Dammit. Show More Summary
Are you excited for Pain and Gain next weekend? I am excited for Pain and Gain next weekend. I have not seen it, but here is a guess of how my movie review for Pain and Gain will go: “This movie is perfect.” In all the excitement, New York Magazine spent the day with Mark [...]
I applaud Trance for being perhaps the only movie I’ve seen to date that uses vagina hair as macguffin (macmuffin?). I didn’t like it much, but the sound designer who [...] The post Review: Trance, an art film about art, and pubic hair appeared first on FilmDrunk.
It's jarring to visit Roger Ebert's Sun Times page and discover that he's reviewed new movies I still haven't seen. It's like he's not quite gone, or like he's started a dialogue and is still waiting for our response. Man. You couldShow More Summary
LEGO Batman: The Movie - DC Super Heroes Unite screened at WonderCon. Is it worth watching if you've already seen the cutscenes from the game?
If you’re not familiar with our Plot Recreated with Reviews feature, it works like this: we take a movie we haven’t seen and try to recreate the entire story using [...] The post Tyler Perry’s Temptation: Plot Recreated with Reviews appeared first on FilmDrunk.
Have you ever seen one of those episodes of Top Chef where a chef cooks something, and all the judges tell him that it’s technically brilliant, but lacks soul? I [...] The post Review: Place Beyond the Pines is a great movie I didn’t like that much appeared first on FilmDrunk.
Nordling here. I've seen WRONG twice now. It's about as insane a movie as one would expect from the director of RUBBER. But it's also a lot of fun. I'll be posting a review this weekend, but there's something dreamlike and surreal about WRONG, and it's just a cool movie. Show More Summary
Loves Her Gun is the kind of film festival movie that’s really a bummer to write about. Not because it’s the worst movie I’ve ever seen, or because the subject [...] The post SXSW Review: Loves Her Gun appeared first on FilmDrunk.
John’s son is wrongly jailed as a drug dealer. With Jason facing a 10 year sentence, John agrees to go undercover. By infiltrating a drug ring, John risks everything to free his son. Starring Dwayne Johnson, Susan Sarandon, and Jon Bernthal. Directed [...]
After her Dad dies, India’s Uncle Charlie comes to live with her and her Mom. Unaware of his existence, India suspects Charlie has ulterior motives. But she soon becomes infatuated with him. Starring Mia Wasikowska, Nicole Kidman, and Matthew Goode. Directed by [...]
Ultima is a Curandera – a healer and protector in native American culture. When she comes to live with Antonio, she teaches him about her spiritual world. Under her guidance, he grows in his faith. Starring Luke Ganalon, Joseph A. Garcia, and [...]
Nordling here. My review will be coming, but EVIL DEAD? It ain't fucking around. It's one of the most singularly gory horror movies I've seen in recent memory. I mean, the number Fede Alvarez was throwing around last night on the amount of blood they used was 50,000 gallons. Show More Summary
I started writing this review last night with the Oscars still going on, having seen Zero Dark Thirty the night before (I will have some separate comments on other Oscar choices). I went to see it despite having some trepidation about doing so. Show More Summary
A Good Day to Die Hard is a terrible film, one of the very worst theatrical movies I have ever seen. It's willfully stupid, lacking in basic character chemistry and narrative discipline, officially turning John McClane into a borderline insane anti-social lunatic.
Sandy’s life is ruined after Diana steal his identity. To save his job, Sandy must travels to Florida to apprehend her. But the journey back to justice is fraught with roadblocks. Starring Jason Bateman, Melissa McCarthy, and John Cho. Directed by Seth [...]
After a zombie epidemic, R recues Julie from a zombie attack. Seeing he is different, they become unlikely friends. But falling in love appears to transform R. Starring Nicholas Hoult, Teresa Palmer, and John Malkovich. Directed by Jonathan Levine. Written by Jonathan [...]
As Israel’s secret service, SHIN BET is charged with the fight against terror. In this documentary, director Dror Moreh interviews six former heads of the revered agency. Together, they look back at decades of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Starring Ami Ayalon, Avraham Shalom, [...]
A hit man and a cop have their partners viciously murdered. So they team up to find out who ordered both hits. But seeking revenge is never easy. Starring Sylvester Stallone, Jason Momoa, and Christian Slater. Directed by Walter Hill. Written by [...]