Director Jeff Nichols channels classic Spielberg in this thrilling otherworldly mystery.
Zootopia, according to advertising, is the best film from Disney Animation in 20 years. Sure the studio stumbled for a while starting in the mid 90’s, but that claim puts this punny animal drama ahead of some stellar films. Pocahontas, The Emperor’s New Groove, and Mulan, for example fall into that time period. That’s notContinue reading “Review – Zootopia”
Buckle up boys and girls, this ain’t no #@&$%! Disney film.
Just announced as an Oscar nominee for best foreign language film, Mustang hails from France and tells the arresting tale of five sisters in a small Turkish village.
Anomalisa is a masterpiece. Like any art or poetry that is given that label, it might not be obvious to everyone exactly what makes it such, but it remains a fairly obvious truth. That doesn’t necessarily make it good though.
Hollywood doesn’t have the greatest track record when taking a nostalgic classic and giving it the modern day big screen treatment. One of the most recent examples of this was last year’s Mr. Peabody and Sherman. As endearing as the trailers for The Peanuts Movie have been, it was still with great trepidation that IContinue reading “Review – The Peanuts Movie”
Matt Damon apparently has a problem with getting abandoned on far off planets.
Sicario. A term used for a hit man in Mexico. Also the name of one of the most brilliant films of 2015.
Remind me to never, ever, try to climb the tallest peak on the planet.
Amy Schumer with Bill Hader directed by Judd Apatow. That’s certainly enough to get any comedy fan’s attention.