Aaron Taylor-Johnson stars in an intense story of survival during the Iraq War. A film almost entirely consisting a Taylor-Johnson's performance is a mostly good film, with one notable exception.
While it wasnt the film I expected going in, Colossal is a film that is unique enough to be good, but doesnt do enough to be great.
It's another #ThrowbackThursday, and this ones covers the little street racing franchise that could. I recently caught up with the franchise after putting off the newer films for so long. I walked away pleasantly surprised, and petty excited for F8(a review of which you can see below.)
Director Marc Webb returns to independent film after his foray into blockbusters for an enjoyable film, with a great cast. Mckenna Grace and Chris Evans are a joy to watch in this indy drama.
It is almost that time of year again, the season has changed to spring, and baseball is right around the corner. With opening day this Sunday, it is the perfect opportunity to share some of my all time favorite movies about America's pastime.
Terrence Malik's newest film is out now, and absolutely features beautiful cinematography. However it lacks a compelling story, and is more of a let down then previous Malik films.
Michael Keaton stars in a fantastic advertisement for the world's largest fast food chain, that is also a fairly good biopic.
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.
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.
I finally got the chance to see a screening of Jackie, the new film starring Natalie Portman as First Lady Jackie Kennedy. From the moment I saw the poster, I was expecting the worst kind of Oscar bait, but what a saw was a so much better than that, and really is a stand out this Oscar season.