Denis Villeneuve’s Blade Runner sequel rejects blatant fan service and honors its thematically complex source material the best way possible: by elevating it in new and original ways.
Darren Aronofsky obviously has an eye for intriguing source material, but he’s still struggling to turn it into a film that can stand on its own.
It isn’t afraid to let the kids take the lead, and succeeds because of it. Continue reading Review: They Finally Got ‘IT’ Right
The famously versatile director goes back to the heist well, with a West Virginia twist.
It’s the last day of my summer break (I’m a teacher, if you didn’t know), so it’s time for me to share the results of my secret summer project: quite simply, watching as many movies as I could for the first time.
It’s hard to think of a bigger missed opportunity.
Katheryn Bigelow’s Detroit showcases a director at the peak of her powers, but without an effective story to tell.
Christopher Nolan’s first historical film contains his usual tricks, but with grand ambition and immaculate detail.
The trilogy began better than the material deserved; it ends better than we deserve.
Marvel takes back the web-slinger and hits ‘SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING’ out of the park.