“American Underdog” straddles the line between two genres: an inspirational sports biopic and a small-town love story where local church and personal beliefs play a significant role.
In the novelization of his most recent film, ‘Once Upon a Time in Hollywood,’ the famed director entertains and offers some surprisingly intimate and unguarded commentary on his love of movies.
Featuring Benedict Cumberbatch as a salesman-turned-unlikely-spy, this potent biopic portrays how secret agents sacrifice for the good of others.
‘Shut In,’ announced Wednesday as The Daily Wire’s first original film, will be an important test.
The Walt Disney Company will continue to peddle woke talking points while disparaging the people they claim to champion when it can make them a quick buck.
‘Stillwater’ begins as an engaging crime thriller, but its emotional investment in Bill Baker’s fight to save Allison is what connects us with the story.
Neither theme-park ride nostalgia nor A-list stars Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Emily Blunt can save mediocre ‘Pirates’-lite adventure flick.
Why does Disney think the solution to historical sexism is for women to try and one-up the arrogance they can’t stand from men?
As people return to theaters in-person, current big budget films disappoint, while these three films are avaialble to stream and will outperform their budgets.
While unoccupied, a ship is but ordinary inert matter, but when manned by skilled personnel and commanded by a competent captain, she comes to life.
Hollywood executives misread what exactly made the original ‘Space Jam’ so great, and spike their new version with shameless money-grabs along the way.
No American studio should get federal funding or assistance if they push the CCP’s lies, which are nothing short of information warfare.
On the 13th anniversary of Christopher Nolan’s “Dark Knight,” Ben Domenech breaks down by the movie is still just as powerful today.
The movie’s production team wanted to laugh at ‘real’ Americans rather than laughing with them. The end result is that no one is laughing.
Walking into the last Blockbuster in Bend, Oregon is stepping into an aura of cinematic nostalgia. It may be a preview of the movie industry post-shutdowns.
No matter what things are out there waiting for us to go bump in the night, we can defeat them.
The femme fatale is smart, sexy, unapologetically feminine, and lives on her own terms, and that’s precisely what makes her empowering.
Casting off brooding high-concept futurism, this shoot-‘em-up action vehicle evocative of past hits like ‘Independence Day’ gives audiences a lot to cheer.
Can a good story, talented team, and compelling themes coalesce into a bad movie? Surprisingly, yes, as with Netflix’s thriller ‘The Woman in the Window.’
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