The film kicked off a series that would change the meaning of the term blockbuster, revolutionize special effects, and bring modern movie merchandising to the world.
Because I will do virtually anything to avoid writing another article about Donald Trump or Russia, I ranked every Tom Cruise movie ever made.
This film mixes ‘Lord of the Rings,’ ‘300,’ and ‘Mission Impossible II’ and is full of dazzling visual effects, gritty action, and non-stop masculine energy, plus a healthy dose of snarky humor.
If this were a generic action movie, it would be utterly fine and unmemorable. But audiences expect something more from the famed ‘Alien’ director.
Had the crew in ‘Alien: Covenant’ included a couple of gloomy, maladjusted types, and had they listened to any of them, things would have gone better.
The thundering soundtrack and serious faces plainly attempt to convey a sense of profundity, but without any apparent comprehension of what actually makes a human situation profound.
Wonder Woman is a perfect storm of PR disaster. She cannot be written without triggering something that is completely and utterly unacceptable to trigger.
Moira Walley-Beckett’s adaptation of the classic children’s book tries too hard to be realistic, and completely misses the point.
Of all the directors to do a King Arthur reboot, Guy Ritchie is probably the worst. But ‘Legend of the Sword,’ for all its faults, is never dull.
In watching ‘Guardians of the Galaxy,’ you know for sure that the good guys will win at no cost to themselves or anyone who matters. That’s not a good movie. It’s cheap therapy.
This new flick is the consummate summer blockbuster, jammed with everything that makes it fun to go to the movies.
So long as James Gunn keeps dishing out fantastic music and witty dialogue, his films will offer audiences something no other Marvel series can.
There are pro-life, pro-dignity Hollywood films out there. Here are a few of them.
‘Legion’ has shown filmmakers and showrunners how to make a bad guy very, very good.
The film doesn’t really do full justice to its source material. But it’s still highly watchable, and succeeds as a powerful conversation starter.
Vin Diesel is the Sylvester Stallone of this generation, and the ‘Fast and Furious’ franchise is his ‘Rocky.’
The riveting new documentary ‘In the Name of Confucius’ examines China’s controversial practice of planting outposts at more than 1,100 universities and K-12 schools across the world.
“Tokyo Drift” stands on its own and embodies the spirit of the “Fast & Furious” Family even better than the rest.
His politically incorrect humor hearkens back to a generation when stardom was less common, and comedians weren’t so paranoid.
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