The legendary Studio Ghibli reflects on friendship and grief in what may be their final film.
Tag: Movie Review
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.
The highly anticipated sequel to Avengers has arrived and it was worth waiting for.
“It Follows” puts a new spin on the teen horror slasher with the menace “It.”
Movie Review: The eagerly anticipated “The Hunger Games: Mockingjay – Part 1” premiered on Friday, Nov. 21 and it did not disappoint. The film was riddled with great cinematography, action scenes and a captivating storyline.
“Birdman” is a case study in vapidity with an inane script and poached cinematography. Alejandro González Iñarritu’s film about a washed up actor struggling to find relevance is unoriginal and uninspired.
Fans of the book might have been expecting something different from the film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey. The film stirred up some controversy but lacked the one thing the book had plenty of- sex.
Director Christopher Nolan once again amazes the cinematic world with Interstellar, a mind blowing film that rivals the best of his blockbuster movies.
Director Paul Thomas Anderson adapts Thomas Pynchon’s hippie-noir novel into a hilarious, paranoid romp through 1970s Los Angeles.