Have you heard of this Marvel thing? It’s this little indie studio making movies and guess what? They have been killing it. The 14th Marvel Cinematic Universe film, Doctor Strange sustains this momentum, introducing us to the mystical side of the MCU and a cool new hero. Superhero origins are […]
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“Blair Witch” goes back to its roots without feeling redundant, and creates fresh scares for a new generation of viewers.
Emma Roberts and Dave Franco (James Franco’s equally fit and nearly identical younger brother) become the center of the next gen’s universe when a popular game leads them to take on extreme challenges together. Roberts plays Venus “Vee” Delmonico, an introverted high school senior and aspiring photographer who wants […]
This is the worst X-Men film ever made, and I say this with full knowledge of X-Men III and X-Men: Origins.
Audiences have gone bonkers for this sequel to “Alice in Wonderland” as Alice and her cast of eccentric friends return to the big screen.
Hail, Caesar has more of a whimsical fare on par with The Ladykillers or The Player, with a glamor of Hollywood’s darker side and its McCarthy-era ideological struggles.
Crimson Peak lives up to Guillermo del Toro’s reputation for outstanding visuals.
The legendary Studio Ghibli reflects on friendship and grief in what may be their final film.
If you liked Ted, the expected crude humor from Seth Macfarlane’s Fuzzy Door Productions is back in the sequel, but many of the jokes feel unearned and forced.
HBO ruined its hit drama with a disastrous second season. Here’s the autopsy.
Movie Review: ‘Straight Outta Compton’ portrays Ice Cube and Dr. Dre’s unrealistic, picture-perfect version of events, but that shouldn’t deter you from watching this satisfying hip-hop biopic.
Want to see Tom Cruise dangle off the side of a plane? Yes, yes you do.
With poor special effects that don’t make up for the even poorer acting and story line, Pixels scrapes the barrel and gets 2/5 sails for its efforts.
Movie Review: Hollywood doesn’t know what to do with its comedic talent, and the new film with Amy Schumer proves it.
While animation has been claimed by studios as a medium for children, Pixar has refused to be limited by that once again in Inside Out, now in theaters.
Why the post-apocalyptic action movie is the blockbuster we need.