Alfonso Caurón’s latest achievement is brimming with virtuosic qualities, but it might be too beautiful for its own good.
This week in my pair of Robin Williams films, we find a foreign and new kindness entering the cold steely world where happiness and care are not welcomed or found often. Good Morning, Vietnam, directed by […]
In defence of the neglected second Bridget Jones film
Despite problems Aquaman offers fun and color to a drab universe.
Our staff writers discuss their favorite tv and film watches from last week in round table format.
Matt Damon hosts the Christmas episode of SNL as the show airs its final episode of the year!
Three of the four shows airs their mid-season finale as part of the epic three-part crossover!
One of the greatest films of 2018 and Yorgos Lanthimos’ best yet
An unusual story of six young lives saved by cinema.
Jason Momoa hosts a successful episode of SNL ahead of his upcoming hit Aquaman
Mahersala Ali and Viggo Mortensen hit the road on a tour of the Deep South.
Stanley Kubrick and his cinematographer John Alcott turn the clock back 200 years in this extravagant and gorgeous recreation of the 18th century aesthetic.
A film that has everything going for it doesn’t stick the landing; can Christopher Lee redeem the mediocrity?
The end comes for the Baudelaire children. It has some issues, but closes out strong.
A fun, if a little familiar, holiday special for Sabrina fans.
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse is brilliant, full of life, and it is perfect.
Two roles in which Williams facilitates change in others… and finds himself along the way.
A sweet summer song of rebellion and Dolly Parton drag queens.
Magical girls saving their world.
The new dystopian YA movie is a visual feast marred by a forgettable cast and weak script.
Into the Dark goes psychological in its third entry, providing its best yet.
Moore’s first appearance as Bond may be exciting, but it’s also different than anything you were expecting.
The best of Wes Anderson reviewed!
A gorgeous production with an incredible lead performance from Olivia Cooke.
An exploration of sensuality and loneliness
Opening yourself up, allowing yourself to be loved and therefore loving others are the driving themes in the second week of my Robin Williams Retrospective. In two films with similar roles, similar themes, but different […]
Counterpart returns with strong confidence and paranoia.
Ezra profiles the films closest to his heart.
Claire Foy, star of The Crown, First Man and The Girl in the Spider’s Web hosts, along with Anderson .Paak in promotion of his new album Oxnard
Keeping you up to date with the latest in the Arrowverse!
DC’s film history is ugly. There’s a reason why.
A strong opening to a fresh start.
Drew Harris breaks down his Top 5.
Ralph Breaks the Internet, the sequel to the surprise hit Wreck-It Ralph, follows a flurry of cinema that has begun to try to approach talking about the Internet ‘problem’.