Articles tagged with: Movie Reviews
If you have ever experienced knowing someone as a child and then meeting them again as an adult, “Boyhood” elicits those same strange time-traveling sensations.
This is not only the best film in the Apes franchise, it’s the best movie I’ve seen this year and one of the most exciting and entertaining films ever made.
While sitting in that big cinema in the sky, I’m sure Roger Ebert is enjoying the twist of having the film about his life critiqued by the fans he inspired.
The premise of Snowpiercer is absurd, but the unlikely apocalyptic setting for this story does make for an entertaining and allegoric look at class conflict.
If you ever wondered what the road-trip movie, “Thelma & Louise,” might have been like if it had been crossed with “Dumb & Dumber,” the answer might be “Tammy.”