“The table that should have known to send regrets, but not before sending something nice off the registry.” That’s table 19.
The great wall of China is an impressive piece of engineering. But what if the reason behind its construction was something more deadly than we ever imagined?
You may not have heard of this one, but it’s just been nominated for an Oscar. From acclaimed Japanese animation house, Studio Ghibli, The Red Turtle is a near silent film about a man marooned on a desert island, his attempts to leave, and his unexpected fate with a giant red sea turtle.
Oh M. Night Shyamalan. Will I ever forgive you for the abomination you turned The Last Airbender into? Probably not. Your latest horror film does, at least, work towards cleansing the bad taste you’ve left in the mouths of moviegoers for the past number of years.
Nadine (Haillee Steinfeld) is having it rough. Not only does she feel like an outcast among outcasts, her only confidant, her best friend, has just done something unconscionable and their friendship may never recover. A darkly funny, cynically hopeful, joyfully angsty awkward teenage experience on film.
It’s been five years since the Harry Potter films ended but Warner Brothers invites us to enter the wizarding world of J. K. Rowling once again. Is this a new story worth exploring, or is it a needless money-grabbing prequel? Well, kind of both.
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”
From the director of Food Inc. and Merchants of Doubt comes yet another documentary that will make you question humanity’s survival.