The MoMA explores the career and films of martial arts legend Lau Kar-leung.
Are we really OK with operating under the assumption that people can’t change and mature over the years?
After recently introducing our kids to the classic film trilogy, I’ve been thinking about it ever since.
If you haven’t been to your local library in awhile, then you might be in for a pleasant surprise.
A battle axe will definitely come in handy when fighting that dude with the chainsaw.
Surely the Star Wars universe contains scientists and adventurers who desire to explore the galaxy and its myriad wonders.
While perhaps not as original as its predecessor, Incredibles 2 is a worthy followup.
A Japanese take on the Caped Crusader, fans pay homage to an iconic anime movie, and the Big G himself comes back to Netflix.
The Marvel Cinematic Universe reaches an apocalyptic milestone ten years in the making.
This campy cult classic about a martial arts Robin Hood features Donnie Yen and some truly over-the-top action choreography.
Though it features some interesting visuals, Mute is a significant misstep for the talented director.
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.