After last year’s successful Maleficent, Disney continues to reach into its back pocket of animated archives for the next big live action blockbuster. Now batting, the timeless classic, Cinderella.
Surely you know the drill by now. Somebody messes with Liam Neeson‘s family, he makes them pay.
At the young age of 25, Justin Peck is not only a successful member of the New York City Ballet, he is recognized as a promising new choreographer. Given the job of creating the company’s 422nd ballet, he has two months.
Santa Clara, Colombia. 1992. A doctor is up to some shady business after receiving a phone call. Destroying what seem to be medical records of some kind, he’s interrupted by the sound of knocking. Panicked, he quickly finishes disposing of the evidence, as it would seem, and investigates. Nobody is there except a bunch ofContinue reading “Review – Out of the Dark”
Their first original film since 1999’s The Matrix (and its sequels), Jupiter Ascending is supposed to be The Wachowskis‘ new masterpiece. A sprawling science fiction space opera, it stars Mila Kunis and Channing Tatum in one the strangest stories you’ve already heard. Sean Bean and Eddie Redmayne also star.
Seventh Son has a complicated history. It is based on on the children’s novel, The Spook’s Apprentice, the first book in the UK series, The Wardstone Chronicles, released as Revenge of the Witch, the first of The Last Apprentice series in America. It was also supposed to hit theaters two years ago before various studioContinue reading “Review – Seventh Son”
Maybe it’s not going as strong as it was at one point, but the Spongebob Squarepants franchise is still around after the Nickelodeon cartoon got its start in 1999, and that’s saying something. Now Spongebob and company are back on the big screen for the second time for some super powered hijinks.
Raymond (Matthew Gray Gubler of Criminal Minds) thinks that being unable to find a job that is worth his new degree, forcing him to move back in with his parents (Ray Wise and Barbara Niven) is the worst thing ever. Nope, the worst thing ever is realizing that his childhood home is haunted by angryContinue reading “Review – Suburban Gothic”
Beloved sitcom personalities, Simon Helberg and Melanie Lynskey star in a romantic comedy that also features Zachary Quinto, Maggie Grace, Jason Ritter, and Alfred Molina. It sounds like a winning recipe, but by the time all is said and done, it comes out a bit underdone.
Nominated for best foreign film at this year’s Oscars, Leviathan hails from Russia. Trapped in a property dispute, one man and his family find the figurative ground crumbling around them no matter where they turn.