The latest in a long tradition of alien first contact films, Arrival is based on an award winning short story published in 1998.
From director Mel Gibson comes the true story of a man with deep religious convictions, set against the backdrop of terrible violence. Sounds about right. Both profound and problematic, Hacksaw Ridge is about Desmond Doss (Andrew Garfield), a pacifist war hero.
For their 14th magic trick movie, Marvel Studios brings forth that lesser known psychadelic character from the 60’s – Doctor. Steven Strange.
A complex, erotic, web of conspiracies, treacheries, deceptions, psychological thrills, and vengeance.
When horror junkie, Joe Foster, requests the services of a custom scare company, he’s in for the nightmare of his life. But it’s all just a game, right? Or is it?
The king of lizards is back. Again.
One does not simply write a review of The Birth of a Nation.
In the category of “If you liked Gone Girl, try this,” The Girl on the Train is a female powered thriller with a main character who could be the hero, the villain, or both.
Do you remember Encyclopedia Brown’s Book of Strange but True Crimes? Well, the 1997 Loomis Fargo robbery could be taken straight out of one of those books, especially if this movie adaptation is to be believed.
Storks used to deliver human babies. What a pain. Good thing an enterprising stork (Kelsey Grammer) revamped the company to deliver packages for Amazon CornerStore.com. Things are going great until up-and-coming Junior (Andy Samberg) makes a mistake that results in the baby making machine being activated. Now he and the human Orphan Tulip (Katie Crown)Continue reading “Review – Storks”