Luxury was one of those bands that never really got their due.
Critics laud the movie’s Afrofuturistic aesthetic, strong female characters, and complex villain (among other things).
The film’s mind-blowing action sequences are ultimately undermined by a convoluted plot and characters you don’t care about.
By striking it down, Rian Johnson helped ensure that Star Wars could become more powerful than we can possibly imagine.
I always like to look ahead and put together a list of movies that interest me in the coming year.
We need to get over any notion we might have that online services like Netflix are neutral platforms, or platforms that care about us.
The overall consensus? Writer/director Rian Johnson has made a Star Wars movie for the ages.
Coming soon: More Marvel and Margaret Atwood adaptations, Agents J and K, Vikings, Keyser Söze, the Mach Five, and more.
Making it through the final film in Cannon Film’s “ninja trilogy” required more than nostalgia.
Denis Villeneuve commissioned shorts by directors Luke Scott and Shinichirō Watanabe to set the stage for his sequel.
Coming soon: Twisted time travel, more Voltron, another trip to the Upside Down, the Man With No Name, ninjas, and lots of kaijū craziness.
Coming soon: Quentin Tarantino’s masterpiece, Ben Affleck’s modern noir, Tim Burton’s Dark Knight, Atreyu, TGIF, and many more.
Coming soon: Two of Keanu Reeves’ greatest roles, more robot lion action, Gary Cooper, everyone’s favorite webslinger, and much more.
Or, some random thoughts about Wonder Woman, inclusivity, and how women are objectified in movies.
Coming soon: “Star Wars,” Adam Sandler’s finest role, vampire hunters, dark sci-fi mysteries, TV hacktivists, and more.
Chan is another father possessing a “very particular set of skills” in this film by Martin Campbell.
This CGI-filled remake of 1977’s Death Duel never quite reaches the martial arts heights to which it so clearly aspires.
An excellent opportunity to see some of the greatest and most beloved animated films of all time.
Critics say Baby Driver is filled with the sort of vibe and energy we’ve come to love and expect from Edgar Wright.
Vietnam War epics, Disney’s Polynesian musical, wrestling ladies, Muay Thai mayhem, a Rat Pack remake, and more.