Instead of a monster movie about Kong, this remake of the quintessential creature feature focuses on one general’s vendetta against a war he may or may not have lost. The scrutiny he and his company (really, it’s all Sam) face as soldiers returning home from the Vietnam War is all too much to bear, so Packard enlisted his company upon …
Whether it’s a 75ft monster or a hundred pound girl, the monster is what makes the creature feature a great adventure into the surrealism of imaginative filmmaking.
Soderbergh is good at keeping us entertained us by Plan A, so that execution of Plan B comes as a complete turnaround we as the audience didn’t see that coming.
IT works well as just a movie. Even if I had not read the book I would enjoy this film. Why, because it does something that many films fail to do these days: make me feel something. While watching IT, I felt a longing for the moments of childhood when we would ride bicycles and find adventure. There were no …
The Emoji movie is just Wreck It Ralph, Inside Out, and the Bee Movie all rolled up into a nonsensical tale of blah.
The Glass Castle is a film account of fragmented moments within a life full of interesting people, places, and experiences that only reading the manuscript or speaking with the author will unveil.
James Wan and crew would benefit from pushing the envelope a bit further into the horror movie genre slot with more fright and less suspenseful foreplay.
Every year there seems to be one type of these films released about a good a man, woman, or a couple who is terrorized by a scorned lover. Unforgettable is no different than any one of these movies. Same premise. Same conclusion.
Whitewashing aside the real travesty of this live-action remake of Ghost in the shell is how patronizing it is to everyone who has read the manga, watched the 1995 movie, and followed the television stand-alone series.
So let’s just hope they follow up this latest episode with a part three and John Wick carrying a goddamn shovel.