In a world filled with rage and vitriol, it can often be difficult to sit idly by and resort to the escapism of movies. No matter what’s going on on-screen, one’s mind may often wander towards more serious issues at hand. And while a film like I Don’t Feel at Home in This World Anymore remains a piece of escapism by the simple virtue of […]
Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice had a lot of pressure on its broad shoulders. It needed to be many things at once: a strong sequel that builds off Man of Steel, a new take on a recently celebrated Batman, a springboard for the impending DC Extended Universe, and a worthy homage to its original source material, Frank Miller’s incredible The Dark Knight Returns. The final result is […]
It’s very possible that you have yet to hear of Jeff Nichols. If that is the case, you should probably start getting acquainted with his work. Nichols is going to be a name to know very soon. His previous work includes Shotgun Stories, Take Shelter, and Mud, all of which he wrote and directed. With his new film, Midnight Special, he has finally made the transition from indie darling to […]
DEADPOOL REVIEW: MAXIMUM EFFORT by Anthony Lopez Are you tired of seeing superhero movies that all seem so damn similar to each other? Were Guardians of the Galaxy and Ant-Man breaths of fresh air in a set of lungs long polluted by standardly overwrought superhero films? Do you enjoy a healthy dose of swearing in your life? Would you enjoy what Alex DeLarge referred to as, “the […]
Steven Spielberg is one of the most acclaimed directors of our time, heading classics such as Jaws, Raiders of the Lost Ark, and Saving Private Ryan, and while Spielberg has continued to create solid films, it has been some time since he directed another one of these classics. Bridge of Spies continues his streak of making highly watchable, but not spectacular films.
Matt Damon’s Back in Space (And This Time Isn’t a Dick)