- Review: ‘Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom’ (same as it ever was)
- Review: ‘The Incredibles 2’ (in Brad Bird we trust)
- Review: ‘Ocean’s 8’ (all in the family)
- Review: ‘Hereditary’ (marketing mismanaged)
- Review: ‘Atomic Blonde’ (cold war knock-down and drag-out)
- Review: ‘My Little Pony: The Movie’ 2017 (friendship, adventure, ponies)
- Review: ‘Fahrenheit 451’ 2018 (these firemen burn)
- Review: ‘Solo: A Star Wars Story’ (The Young Corellian Chronicle)
- Review: ‘Kong: Skull Island’ (it’s good to be the king)
- Review: ‘I, Tonya’ (no kidding)
- Review: ‘Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri’ (beware the signs)
- Review: ‘The Shape of Water’ (and other things, too)
- Review: ‘Deadpool 2’ (rhymes with “wholly split-dolls”)
- Review: ‘The Post’ (Washington, not NY)
- Review: ‘Ouija House’ (these movies are popular now, right?)
- Review: ‘Coco’ (death is only the beginning)
- Review: ‘Ferdinand’ (pacifist bull)
- Review: ‘Maze Runner: The Death Cure’ (Maze Runner 3: The Apology)
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Category Archives: 2012
Besides the fact most of the movie could trigger an epileptic seizure, someone seems to have left off the last ten-to-thirty minutes. After remaining inexplicably undiscovered to modern humankind after centuries of war, Vampires and Lycans find themselves being hunted … Continue reading
Femme fatales vs. the gentleman’s club – vampire style. Clara works at a strip club; Ella goes to school. They live together telling neighbors and co-workers that they’re sisters, but the truth is that these two young women are centuries … Continue reading
Dario Argento has his way with Dracula. No, not literally… but close enough. Our story opens with an ample young woman luring a less-than-faithful husband into debauchery, just the kind of late-1800s sin that attracts the likes of Count Dracula … Continue reading
Instead of a celebration of classic horror films and the imagination of Tim Burton, Frankenweenie is more a reminder of why “the good old days” seemed a lot better back then. In the town of New Holland (looking eerily like … Continue reading
This film’s biggest problem is the title; it’s wrong. It is a period of civil war. The sixteenth President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln (Daniel Day-Lewis), is under pressure to end the American conflict. His desire to pass a … Continue reading
Denzel Washington’s one-note character is a prisoner of a one-thought plot. Meet Whip Whitaker (Denzel Washington), a second-generation flyboy who spends more time in a bottle than he does asleep, but only barely. After a fateful night of boozing and … Continue reading
After taking on crime drama, pulp novelization, blaxploitation, samurai swordplay, grindhouse, and even war films, Quentin Tarantino set his sights on another classic genre to give it his unique sense of spin: the Western. Just before the American Civil War, … Continue reading