Natalie Portman makes her directorial debut in this adaptation of the best seller by Amos Oz. She also wrote and stars.
Even if you’re not a gamer, there’s a pretty good chance you’ve heard the name “Final Fantasy” before. Counting all the various spinoffs, compilations, etc. there have been over one hundred Final Fantasy video games since 1987, with the latest in the main series – number fifteen – slated for release this year. Suffice toContinue reading “Review – Kingsglaive: Final Fantasy XV”
In the grand tradition of The Wolf of Wall Street and Pain and Gain, War Dogs is the latest stranger than fiction tale of morally questionable behavior wrapped in the silky sheets of dark comedy.
You’re probably aware that DC is launching a film universe built around their most famous group of superheroes – The Justice League. We’ll see how that movie does next year, but for now we’re presented with a comic book team you probably never heard of before now. The Suicide Squad.
After the Jeremy Renner powered offshoot a few years ago, director Paul Greengrass and star Matt Damon are back for another installment in the action packed Bourne franchise.
When Steven Spielberg makes a new movie you pay attention. When that movie is also an adaptation of one of beloved author Roald Dahl’s classic stories, even more so. Does The Big Friendly Giant live up to its potential? When a young insomniac orphan sees something she wasn’t supposed to, ten year old Sophie findsContinue reading “Review – The BFG”
In my opinion, Pixar has only made one bad film – The Good Dinosaur (and even that one I gave three hats to). The rest of their catalog ranges from just above average to priceless gems, and 2003’s Finding Nemo is undeniably one of their better entries. Thirteen years ( ) later we are presentedContinue reading “Review – Finding Dory”
“Saving the world takes a little Hart and a big Johnson.” I don’t care if Kevin Hart and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson were cast solely so that the marketing team could use that genius tagline for this action comedy. The rather unlikely pairing of two of the most charasmatic men working in Hollywood was moreContinue reading “Review – Central Intelligence”
Director James Wan is back with another “true” tale from the case files of the infamous paranormal investigating duo, Ed and Lorraine Warren (Patrick Wilson and Ver Farmiga). This time we head to London for what is considered the Amityville of Britain.
No good film adaptation of a video game has ever been made – at least none of them have managed a “fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes. Based on the massively popular franchise, Warcraft, the third game adaptation this year already, aims to the first real success in the genre. Is it miss or aContinue reading “Review – Warcraft”