Michael Keaton stars in a fantastic advertisement for the world's largest fast food chain, that is also a fairly good biopic.
M. Night Shymalan is working his way back to prominence, as Split is a step in the right direction for the director of The Sixth Sense, Signs, and Unbreakable.
This weeks film was a history making live event, as Woody Harrelson brings the film Lost in London, to theaters, and he does so with one camera, one take, and recorded the whole thing live.
For the first #TBT of the year, I recount my experience on Patriots Day 2013, as well as the Q&A I saw for the film about that same day.
My love of Boston films, combined with my very vivid memories of the events depicted, made me check out a screening of Patriots Day, from Director Peter Berg and Starring Mark Wahlberg.
Ben Affleck wrote, directed, and stars, in a new addition to the gangster film genre, that doesn't live up to the filmmakers potential.
After a few weeks of Holiday break, the return of Matinee Monday comes with an emotionally heartbreaking film, born from a child's imagination.