Articles tagged with: Reviews
Where to Invade Next is one of Michael Moore’s best.
Deadpool fans rejoice, after 25 years your film is finally here and it’s every bit as insolent and insane as you wanted.
Art film meets survival story in this latest effort by Alejandro González Iñárritu. This is one of the most brutal and beautiful films you are likely to see.
Filmmaker David O. Russell strangely sways off course in his latest effort, Joy, starring his frequent collaborators, Jennifer Lawrence and Bradley Cooper.
The new film, Concussion, wants to ruin your football season.
The Big Short does an excellent and entertaining job of making the economic complexities of the Great Recession understandable to the average moviegoer.
With The Force Awakens, J.J. Abrams shoots for the stars and delivers a film that should win new fans and appease Star Wars aficionados of every generation.
You think you know the story, but it turns out you don’t know Moby-Dick. ‘In the Heart of the Sea’ sets out to set the whale v man record straight…
Just when you think the classic western film genre has gone the way of the dinosaur, Pixar Animation comes along and does just that with The Good Dinosaur.
If you are a fan of the ‘Rocky’ films then you’ll find the new movie, Creed, fits the franchise like an old, well-worn glove (or boxing glove, as it were.)
The revolution is over. The fire is out.
Timely as today’s headlines; it was very easy to envision the faces of many of today’s politicians on the bodies of the persecutors portrayed in Trumbo.
‘Spotlight’ is worth watching, but you might consider some serious caffeine intake before the lights go out as it doesn’t shine as brightly as it could have.
Clandestine officially emerged from Steam Early Access as a fully fledged release on Thursday.