Will its fans be able to revive MST3K once again? Based on the excellent live show I saw, I expect it will find another home. It deserves to.
There was nothing enjoyable, moving, or engaging about ‘Joker,’ which decided to trade an interesting story and compelling characters for a grim tone.
It’s not an issue with her politics––overly fawning, anachronistic, poorly paced portrayals of anyone’s life should get on your nerves.
There was plenty of garbage released into theaters in 2018, so recognizing those misfires is always a lark.
Three decades after its debut, MST3k has legions of fans around the world, has spawned innumerable imitators and successors, and its legacy is showing no sign of slowing down.
For this cinema cynic, who glories in the misfires and crater-producing duds, there is not as much wreckage to pick through this year, but there are still ample failures to be found.
Summer 2017 overall was a dismal session for Hollywood, with the total box office nearly 16 percent lower than the previous year.
To behold a Hollywood major conceding defeat in this manner is indeed a rarity. But ‘Monster Trucks’ opens this weekend, and Paramount is already expecting to lose $115 million.
As Hollywood congratulates itself for the money-making frame that just ended, allow me to point out the attempts that will not lead to bonus payouts in the executive offices.
An interview with the screenwriter and producer behind television’s inexplicable summer movie franchise.
The annual skewering of bad movies has gone off course. Allow me to intervene with my own picks and reasons we need a Razzies refresh.
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