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  • Battle of the Sexes shows both how much and how little progress we've actually made in equal rights, but does so while being fun and avoiding being preachy or heavy handed.

    Random Review: Battle of the Sexes

    Random Review: Battle of the Sexes

    by Gracchus Gruad1

  • Abby Johnson realizes the true horrors of Planned Parenthood. What she sees... changes everything. Supposedly. *WARNING* There is some graphic imagery displayed within this article pertaining to certain scenes that occur in the movie involving abortions. You have been warned.

    'Unplanned' (2019) Movie Review

    'Unplanned' (2019) Movie Review

    by John Plocar4

  • While Nadine is attempting to find her place in life as the film unfolds, the character becomes more and more hypocritical and obnoxious.

    The Edge of Seventeen (2016) Review

    The Edge of Seventeen (2016) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Before writer-director Greta Gerwig took her shot, Louisa May Alcott’s classic 1868 novel Little Women had been adapted for the screen six times, including a silent film in 1917, the George Cukor-directed, Oscar-winning standard-bearer in 1933, and even a contemporary re-telling in 2018.

    "Little Women" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Boy meets girl. Girl falls for boy. Boy takes girl to Singapore to meet his ridiculously rich family at a wedding where they constantly judge and berate her for being an outsider of their social circle. Girl is in some serious trouble!

    Crazy Rich Asians (2018) Movie Review

    Crazy Rich Asians (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar0

  • The film is rather a concise version that makes no judgement against anyone. It should be noted that although the version that the film offers is quite attached to reality, it is not a documentary but a recreation of what happened that manages to stick to the story's core.

    Film Review: 'Gloria'

    Film Review: 'Gloria'

    by Silvia Munguia0

  • A look at why Moonlight deserved to be best picture in 2016.

    'Moonlight' Review

    'Moonlight' Review

    by Dalton Jones Holcombe0

  • Lighthearted and inspiring, Donnie Yen's turn as a first time teacher with a troubled past is a positive and different turn for the Chinese superstar. The action is great and the drama masterfully plucks your heartstrings. Big Brother is mostly a grand slam that is well worth seeing.

    'Big Brother' (2018) Review

    'Big Brother' (2018) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest has Jack Nicholson and Danny DeVito cast in excellent roles, do you need to know more? Who is the sane person in a society clearly insane? In the end you abide by the rules enforced by power or the world will eat you up.

    "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" Movie Review

    "One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest" Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards1

  • “Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?” The opening lines of Queen’s iconic song cut to the heart of what is right and what is wrong with the band’s new namesake biopic, directed most of the way by Bryan Singer and finished by the uncredited Dexter Fletcher (who came on after Singer’s ...

    "Bohemian Rhapsody" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • A South Korean period drama taking place in 1925. Directed by Park Hoon-jung (New World) and starring Choi Min-sik (Oldboy, Lucy). Distributed by Well Go USA.

    The Tiger (2016) review

    The Tiger (2016) review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • A little-known film from a country not known for producing global blockbusters, Nam Ron's crime drama One Two Jaga demonstrates that quality filmmaking can bloom in Malaysia despite its lack of commercial success or local conventionalism.

    Why 'One Two Jaga' Is a Great Malaysian Film

    Why 'One Two Jaga' Is a Great Malaysian Film

    by Nick Oon0

  • With a career that includes seven Golden Raspberry nominations for Worst Actor (and a “win” for 2007’s god-awful Norbit), Eddie Murphy is one of Hollywood’s great conundrums. The man who ruled on the stand-up stage and at the box office in the 80s, brilliantly voiced Shrek’s wise-cracking ...

    "Dolemite Is My Name" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • On the same weekend that Geostorm blasts into theaters with its cartoonish levels of destruction and mayhem (Rio has an Arctic freeze! Moscow melts!), Only the Brave reminds us that there are ...

    "Only the Brave" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • This is a non-spoiler review of "Denial" starring Rachel Weisz, Tom Wilkinson, Timothy Spall, and more!

    Movie Review:

    Movie Review: "Denial"

    by Movie Beasts0

  • The Mountain Between Us has all the trappings of a decent wilderness survival story—two people who don’t know each other crash in the Rocky Mountains after the pilot of their small plane has a ...

    "The Mountain Between Us" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • There was a time that seeing Robert Zemeckis’ name on a film guaranteed at least a certain level of quality. From the Back to the Future flicks to Forrest Gump to Contact, he tackled a bunch of different genres and rarely (if ever) misfired. Right around the turn of the century, though, things ...

    "Welcome to Marwen" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • On January 15, 2009, Captain Chesley Sullenberger successfully piloted a US Airways Airbus A320 to a water landing on the Hudson River after the plane lost both its engines in a bird strike...

    "Sully" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • This film is Hugh Jackman's 7 year labor of love and man, was it worth the wait! This fast paced mover and shaker should've taken an Oscar. Like one of the film's musical scores declares, "This is the greatest show!" I'll tell you why.

    The Greatest Showman: Movie Review

    The Greatest Showman: Movie Review

    by Leland Johnson0

  • Set in the summer of 1983 in the marvelous, sun-dappled northern Italian countryside, Call Me by Your Name is as beautiful to look at as it is to just simply sit back and experience. Anchored by ...

    "Call Me by Your Name" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “The Highwaymen” starting Kevin Costner, Woody Harrelson, John Carroll Lynch, and more!

    Movie Review: “The Highwaymen”

    Movie Review: “The Highwaymen”

    by Movie Beasts0

  • A nostalgic piece of counterculture cinema. A confrontation between the hopes of a new generation and the realism of what society really expects you to be. With Easy Rider, you also get a legendary road movie soundtrack.

    'Easy Rider' Movie Review

    'Easy Rider' Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards1

  • Finally picking up the original together with its 1994 remake, Benjamin Cox is able to make a direct comparison between two Christmas classics. Does it have what it takes to still be a Yuletide favourite?

    Should I Watch..? 'Miracle on 34th Street' (1947)

    Should I Watch..? 'Miracle on 34th Street' (1947)

    by Benjamin Cox1

  • The critically acclaimed and box office hit Forrest Gump was released on July 6, 1994. It earned a whopping $677 million and earned 6 Oscars, including Best Actor for Tom Hanks. In honor of its 25th anniversary, let's take a look at some heartwarming facts about the treasured film.

    30 Heartwarming Facts About "Forrest Gump"

    30 Heartwarming Facts About "Forrest Gump"

    by Rachel M Johnson0

  • Director Adam McKay’s most recent film, 2015’s The Big Short, took a ridiculously complex (and, let’s admit it, not terribly photogenic) topic and turned it into one of the best, most entertaining films that year. No, the 2009 housing bubble certainly wasn’t anything Joe Moviegoer would rush to ...

    "Vice" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • A review of the movie Patriots Day, a movie about the horrific bombing during the Boston marathon.

    Patriots Day Review

    Patriots Day Review

    by Ross Tanenbaum0

  • Winner of the Grand Prize at the 2019 Arizona International Film Festival a year ago, writer-director Eddie Mensore’s Mine 9 finally gets its wide release this week (thank you, Netflix!). Following in the footsteps of 2015’s The 33 (about the 2010 real-life Chilean Mine collapse), Mensore’s ...

    "Mine 9" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • A year ago at this time I was sharing (with anyone who would listen) my tepid reaction to La La Land. The mediocre and needlessly depressing movie had some snazzy tunes, sure, but the on-screen ...

    "The Greatest Showman" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Roma is a drama that is written and directed by Alfonso Cuaron (Gravity). This feels like a personal movie as Cuaron also co-edited, produced and shot the film. Roma stars Yalitza Aparicio and Marina de Tavira.

    'Roma' Spoiler Review

    'Roma' Spoiler Review

    by Calvin Scanlan0

  • Going by the calendar, we were actually twenty years overdue for a remake of A Star is Born before Bradley Cooper decided to take a crack at it. After the 1937 original with Janet Gaynor (which, itself, ripped off 1932’s What Price Hollywood), the 1954 version starring Judy Garland, and the 1976...

    "A Star Is Born" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • Calling Joker a comic book movie is akin to calling The Great Gatsby an interesting little book or Mirazur a nice place to grab a bite. Sure, technically you’d be correct, but some things in life transcend the basic description. As disturbing and terrifying as any movie you will see this year...

    "Joker" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • A wonderful and rousing movie adaption of Shakespeare's play Henry V, the 1989 film Henry V is also a good symbol of emergent English nationalism as shown by Shakespeare.

    Henry V and English Proto-Nationalism

    Henry V and English Proto-Nationalism

    by Ryan Thomas0

  • A few minutes into Outlaw King, as you’re attempting to navigate your way through the history of the 14th-century Scottish-English relations and sort out who’s who, it might hit you. 'I don’t think the camera has cut at any point here.' Sure enough, director David Mackenzie (Hell or High Water) ...

    "Outlaw King" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • The unbelievable but true story of four young men who brazenly attempt to execute one of the most audacious art heists in US history.

    'American Animals' Review

    'American Animals' Review

    by Royce Proctor2

  • Hollywood loves Hollywood. It’s a big reason why The Artist beat out arguably better movies like The Descendants, The Help, and Hugo to win Best Picture in 2011, and it’s why Argo edged out Life of...

    "La La Land" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Despite what you may think, you don’t need to be a speed freak or even a nominal car aficionado to get your motors revved by James Mangold’s full-throttle Ford v Ferrari. It may, in fact, be better if you’re not—the largely true-to-life film is eminently accessible for even the most novice ...

    "Ford v Ferrari" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Alfonso Cuarón's dreamy Latino road-trip oozes warmth, sexuality and passion. Benjamin Cox examines the film and sees several parallels with his later, more successful film 'Roma'.

    Should I Watch..? 'Y Tu Mamá También'

    Should I Watch..? 'Y Tu Mamá También'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • Tony Lip is a wise guy Italian living in 1960s New York City working as a bouncer. Until Dr. Don Shirley, an African-American classical pianist, hires him as his personal driver to cover a tour in the South where it is not very safe for the black community. Will this trip end in anger or friendship?

    'Green Book' (2018) Movie Review

    'Green Book' (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar2

  • 2016 has been a year full of historical films, many of which gave the spotlight to little-known true stories. From Loving to Hacksaw Ridge to even the mediocre ...

    "Hidden Figures" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • A faded television actor and his stunt double strive to achieve fame and success in the film industry during the final years of Hollywood's Golden Age in 1969 Los Angeles.

    'Once Upon a Time In Hollywood' Review

    'Once Upon a Time In Hollywood' Review

    by Royce Proctor3

  • Since winning the Oscar for her performance as ballerina Nina Sayers in 2010’s Black Swan, Natalie Portman’s acting career has included the so-so No Strings Attached, the horribly misguided Your ...

    "Jackie" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • At the time, Downton Abbey fans may not have been too pleased with his premature departure from the role of young Matthew Crawley, but surely folks have come to realize that Dan Stevens actually ...

    "The Man Who Invented Christmas" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Adonis Creed is on top of the world after winning the WBC World Heavyweight championship, but his world soon comes crashing down when Ivan Drago, the man who killed his father, comes to America with his son to challenge the new champion and avenge his loss to Rocky Balboa 30 years ago

    'Creed II' Review

    'Creed II' Review

    by Royce Proctor1

  • Quentin Tarantino has always worn his love for vintage Hollywood on his sleeve, and his penultimate film is his ultimate postcard. From the opening shots of a PanAm 747 landing at LAX in 1969 to the individual authentic props that dot the film from start to finish, Once Upon a Time in Hollywood ...

    "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • In the everlasting world of cinema, there is a movie for every romantic scenario in your life, whether it be a gut-wrenching heartbreak or summer romance or an LDR. Luckily for you, I have compiled all my favorites in one list for you to find the one perfectly representative of your story.

    8 Romantic Movies for Every Occasion

    8 Romantic Movies for Every Occasion

    by Eva Iskhakova2

  • The latest in the long line of dramatic recountings of horrific real-life tragedies (22 July, The 15:17 to Paris) Hotel Mumbai takes us smack into the middle of the bloody attacks in India in November 2008. More than 150 people were killed, and 300 were injured in the four-day siege, which was ...

    "Hotel Mumbai" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Long before she became a parody of herself, Gwyneth Paltrow had established herself as the American to portray a British woman. Benjamin Cox sticks his foot in the door to examine this gimmicky rom-com.

    Should I Watch..? 'Sliding Doors'

    Should I Watch..? 'Sliding Doors'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • It’s a fairly sad commentary on the current state of the world that the Valentine’s Day offerings at the cineplex include a god-awfully stupid pseudo-horror reboot of a cheesy 80s show alongside a hundred-miles-an-hour, kid-tastic video game-inspired romp. What happened to, you know, love and ...

    "The Photograph" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • As the story goes, the seeds for The Florida Project were planted in the spring of 2011 as screenwriter Chris Bergoch drove through Orlando. He noticed a gaggle of local kids playing wiffle ball in...

    "The Florida Project" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • When a drug addicted and alcoholic musician, Jackson Maine, discovers an up and coming singer, Ally, in a bar one night, he finds a rekindled passion in his music as they slowly fall for one another. From there, he must battle his own demons while she becomes a star on the rise.

    "A Star Is Born" (2018) Movie Review

    "A Star Is Born" (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar0

  • Not to be confused with the 2014 documentary about Roger Ebert. This is the story of life itself with all the twists and turns that occurs within it, as well as the effects it holds on loved ones from one generation onto the next. Life... uhh uhh... finds a way. Que the Jurassic Park theme!

    'Life Itself' (2018) Movie Review

    'Life Itself' (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar0

  • Director Gus Van Sant's first film in three years is based on the life and tribulations of a quadriplegic alcoholic and cartoonist named John Callahan. Joaquin Phoenix, Jonah Hill, Jack Black, and Rooney Mara help make this one of the most powerful and moving films of the year.

    'Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot' (2018) Review

    'Don't Worry, He Won't Get Far on Foot' (2018) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Midway through Can You Ever Forgive Me? Lee Israel (Melissa McCarthy) shows us how dedicated she is to her flourishing criminal enterprise. The has-been author has been raking in beaucoup bucks forging and then selling personal letters from the literary elite—including Dorothy Parker, Noel Coward...

    "Can You Ever Forgive Me?" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • I review the Queen biopic film, "Bohemian Rhapsody", which was released in theaters on November 2, 2018. It stars Rami Malek and features the rise of one of the most popular rock bands of all time.

    My Review of “Bohemian Rhapsody” (2018)

    My Review of “Bohemian Rhapsody” (2018)

    by Laura Smith5

  • Jake Gyllenhaal puts in an incredibly strong performance to drive a film which follows a lot of familiar beats, but is emotionally engaging and doesn't shy away from exploring a character in depth.

    “Stronger”: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    “Stronger”: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    by Nick Oon0

  • Ryan Goslin plays an inner-city high school teacher with a drug problem. The story evolves when one of his students discovers his addiction and they form a friendship.

    The Drug Grapple - 'Half Nelson' Movie Review

    The Drug Grapple - 'Half Nelson' Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards0

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “Creed II” starring Michael B. Jordan, Sylvester Stallone, Tessa Thompson, and more!

    Movie Review: “Creed II”

    Movie Review: “Creed II”

    by Movie Beasts0

  • While researching a forthcoming article about the greatest movie soundtracks of all time, Benjamin Cox figured it would be remiss if he didn't discuss one of the most famous films of all time - a film whose soundtrack would define its generation.

    Should I Watch..? 'Saturday Night Fever'

    Should I Watch..? 'Saturday Night Fever'

    by Benjamin Cox3

  • First-time director Garth Davis directs Dev Patel and newcomer Sunny Pawar in an incredible true story of an adopted child using Google to find his real home. Will Lion search its way to success?

    Road to the Oscars:

    Road to the Oscars: "Lion" Review

    by Nick Oon0

  • After thirteen nominations for the Best Cinematography, the legendary Roger Deakins finally won his first Oscar for 2017’s Blade Runner 2049. His first film since that win is Brooklyn-helmer John Crowley’s adaptation of Donna Tartt’s Pulitzer Prize-winning novel The Goldfinch. And for those ...

    "The Goldfinch" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • Peter Fonda cemented his place in cinema history with his career-defining performance in a film which depicted America at a cultural crossroads. Benjamin Cox gets his motor running and heads out on a highway.

    Should I Watch..? 'Easy Rider'

    Should I Watch..? 'Easy Rider'

    by Benjamin Cox5

  • The ancient Greek philosopher Heraclitus is credited with telling us that the only constant is change, and though many in Hollywood pride themselves on always keeping audiences guessing (the Coen Brothers have never made the same movie twice, Gary Oldman and Meryl Streep are veritable chameleons)...

    "Destroyer" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Nat Turner was a slave, preacher, and leader of a bloody uprising in 1831. The Birth of a Nation is based on Turner's tale and directed and starring Nate Parker in the title role.

    The Birth of a Nation (2016) review

    The Birth of a Nation (2016) review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • MercyMe's Bart Millard's life is not a happy one, he found his escape in Christian music and learned to forgive his abusive father after he became a Christian and became the inspiration for the song "I Can Only Imagine." Is this movie worth our time even if you aren't a Christian? Let's find out!

    Movie Review: 'I Can Only Imagine' (2018)

    Movie Review: 'I Can Only Imagine' (2018)

    by ReViewMeMedia0

  • After ten years as public enemy number one in Hollywood (and well-deserved...but we’ll just leave it at that) Mel Gibson is back. And let’s not think for a second it’s a coincidence the film that ...

    "Hacksaw Ridge" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • What were you doing at age 13? Chances are you weren’t sporting a leotard alongside your mom in a tag-team professional wrestling match organized by your dad. But that’s the life that Saraya Bevis knew, growing up in mid-2000s Norwich, England. Those, um, humble beginnings are the starting-off ...

    "Fighting with My Family" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • It’s been almost 75 years since Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy released their final US movie (1945’s The Bullfighters), but their constant fans—along with new ones they’ll surely earn as a result of Jon S. Baird’s rollicking, heartfelt biopic—still regard them as one of the hands-down, funniest ...

    "Stan and Ollie" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • By now, the secret (if it ever qualified as one) is out. Director Sam Mendes’ World War I epic 1917 is made to appear as though it is (for the most part) one, long continuous shot. What could, though, be simply tossed aside as a gimmick included solely to get people talking about the film is ...

    "1917" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • This classic legal drama still stands the test of time as well as it breaks with conventions with regards to how criminal cases are depicted on screen. Benjamin Cox delivers his verdict.

    Should I Watch..? '12 Angry Men' (1957)

    Should I Watch..? '12 Angry Men' (1957)

    by Benjamin Cox3

  • Two brothers perform a series of bank robberies to save their Texas ranch, by stealing from the very same bank that owns the mortgage on it.

    Hell or High Water Review

    Hell or High Water Review

    by Steven Escareno0

  • James Mangold directs Hugh Jackman for the last time, along with Patrick Stewart and Dafne Keen in a unique entry in the X-Men universe. Will it claw its way to success, or is its healing factor lost?

    Logan: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    Logan: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    by Nick Oon2

  • Only when you're driving! Otherwise, you might think twice about dipping your toes into this downbeat, bleak offering about the apocalypse. Benjamin Cox tries to look on the bright side.

    Should I Watch..? 'The Road'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Road'

    by Benjamin Cox3

  • It would be easy to label Widows a heist movie. Or a fierce revenge movie. Then again, maybe it’s a racially-charged flick about political corruption. Or one heck of a feminist, band-of-sisters film. Or maybe a violent movie about the haves and have-nots...

    "Widows" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • With a limited one-day theatrical release and a Netflix release Wednesday, June 28th, Bong Joon-ho's latest is a heartfelt masterpiece that shouldn't be missed.

    Okja (2017) Review

    Okja (2017) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • The sensual decadence of a millenial yuppie. Man's materialist desire is probably at or near its peak now. Addiction is rampant in today's society. Here we have an intimate look at sexual desire going to extremes.

    'Shame' - Movie Review

    'Shame' - Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards2

  • A little over a month ago, Kevin Hart was best known for being in way too many movies (five in 2014, two in 2015, four in 2016, three in 2017…), but then the flap about him hosting the Oscars (and subsequently stepping down) took over the news cycle, and the concern now is whether his latest...

    "The Upside" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker1

  • To call Yorgos Lanthimos an acquired taste would be an insult to understatements; his movies run the gamut from squirm-inducing to downright impossible to watch. In 2015, his English-language debut The Lobster won critics’ raves and more than a handful of awards, but there were plenty of people ...

    "The Favourite" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Set in early 18th century England, Abigail enters the Queen's domain to become a servant in assistance to her cousin, Sarah, who is governing the country as the Queen has fallen ill. During Abigail's stay, things between the three grow to be complicated as trust, loyalty and love are in question.

    'The Favourite' (2018) Movie Review

    'The Favourite' (2018) Movie Review

    by John Plocar6

  • Denzel Washington plays captain William Whitaker, an airline pilot with an addiction problem. Did his addiction get in the way of him doing his job? How irresponsible was his behavior and does he see it himself?

    The Drunken Hero - 'Flight' Movie Review

    The Drunken Hero - 'Flight' Movie Review

    by Sam Shepards2

  • A car crash made me blind and all I learned was how to be a sleazy scumbug in four different countries. Starring Ryan Reynolds' wife and the guy that was John Connor in the worst Terminator ever.

    All I See Is You (2017) Review

    All I See Is You (2017) Review

    by Chris Sawin1

  • More often than not, grief is presented in movies as something to overcome, a painful thing family members join together to fight or that individuals successfully struggle to beat. But sometimes ...

    "Manchester by the Sea" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • This is s non-spoiler review of “Widows” starting Viola Davis, Michelle Rodriguez, Elizabeth Debicki, and more!

    Movie Review: “Widows”

    Movie Review: “Widows”

    by Movie Beasts0

  • If you’ve never all-you-can-eaten your way through a vacation cruise, you may well be enticed after watching Netflix’s new original dramedy Like Father, with Kelsey Grammer and Kristen Bell. The movie plays first and foremost like a two-hour Royal Caribbean ad, and it never shies in the least ...

    "Like Father" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • So far three of Dennis Lehane’s novels have been adapted for the screen, and though Shutter Island wasn’t as good as Gone Baby Gone, which wasn’t as good as Mystic...

    "Live by Night" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Bear witness to Sam Elliott beating the snot out of three guys half his age, crying a lot, and eating breakfast sausage with his dog instead of those more interesting memories about murdering a German dictator and a bacteria carrying sasquatch. At least fancy men stay fancy.

    'The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot' (2019) Review

    'The Man Who Killed Hitler and Then the Bigfoot' (2019) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • The South Korean action thriller "Tunnel" starring Ha Jung-woo, Doona Bae, and Oh Dal-su is currently playing in a limited theatrical run across the country. http://www.wellgousa.com/theatrical/tunnel

    Tunnel (2016) review

    Tunnel (2016) review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Daniel Day-Lewis remains the only man to earn three Best Actor awards, and though he won’t win a fourth (Gary Oldman is a stone-cold lock to win this year for his stellar turn in Darkest Hour), it ...

    "Phantom Thread" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • The name Michelle Payne is little known (if at all) outside of Australia, but the pioneering jockey who broke into the male-dominated sport of horse racing and then became the first (and still only) woman to win the signature Melbourne Cup race is getting her due at the cineplex. (Well—via video...

    "Ride Like a Girl" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • Another day, another interpretation of the Joker projected onto the big screen. Is Joaquin Phoenix one of the best since the best? Or is he another name to add to the long list of Clown Princes of Crime?

    'Joker' (2019) A Clown-Gone-Bad Movie Review

    'Joker' (2019) A Clown-Gone-Bad Movie Review

    by John Plocar6

  • Seven months after Bohemian Rhapsody gave us a heavily sanitized, watered-down history of Freddie Mercury and Queen, we finally get a no holds barred, fantastical, Behind the Music-esque film about one of music’s most colorful and prolific icons. Rocketman is every bit the movie Rhapsody could ...

    "Rocketman" Movie Review

    by Collin Parker0

  • They should have Bring Your Dog Screenings of this like they did with Isle of Dogs. Grab yourself a helping of candy corn casserole and a huge glimpse of Christopher Lloyd's butt double, Boundaries tries to be meaningful but is mostly candy coated desperation.

    'Boundaries' (2018) Review

    'Boundaries' (2018) Review

    by Chris Sawin0

  • Detroit is an excruciating two and a half hours, but John Boyega, Will Poulter, and Algee Smith make the experience worthwhile.

    Detroit (2017) Review

    Detroit (2017) Review

    by Chris Sawin1

  • This is a non-spoiler review of “Dumplin’” starring Danielle Macdonald, Jennifer Aniston, Odeya Rush, and more!

    Movie Review: “Dumplin’”

    Movie Review: “Dumplin’”

    by Movie Beasts0

  • Joe Wright directs Gary Oldman in one of the most gripping Winston Churchill biopics of our time, turning a two-hour, dialogue-heavy film into an inspiring beacon of belief and cinematic beauty.

    “Darkest Hour”: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    “Darkest Hour”: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    by Nick Oon2

  • Described by one critic as the Citizen Kane of bad movies, can this film really live up to its wretched reputation or is it much, much worse? Benjamin Cox suddenly regrets being a critic himself.

    Should I Watch..? 'The Room'

    Should I Watch..? 'The Room'

    by Benjamin Cox9

  • This is a non-spoiler review of "1917" starring Dean-Charles Chapman, George MacKay, Daniel Mays, and more!

    Movie Review:

    Movie Review: "1917"

    by Movie Beasts0

  • A cool concept, Matt Damon, and a brilliant Hong Chau are not enough to outweigh big pacing issues and a third act that introduces one of the more unbelievable plot points in recent memory.

    “Downsizing”: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    “Downsizing”: A Millennial’s Movie Review

    by Nick Oon0

  • No, stop it! I know what you're thinking! This is just a film for the Dirty Mac brigade, isn't it? Well, as it turns out, Benjamin Cox thinks its ideal audience is actually another demographic - insomniacs.

    Should I Watch..? '9 Songs'

    Should I Watch..? '9 Songs'

    by Benjamin Cox0

  • Mel Gibson is back with a violent war film, directing Andrew Garfield as a character that doesn't fire a single bullet. Are Lionsgate execs shooting themselves in the foot in the 2017 Oscars race?

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