The first film for my Summer season didn’t disappoint as John Krasinski brought audiences back to his post-apocalyptic, monster-infested world in A Quiet Place Part II.
The 2021 reboot gave us what 1995 was missing, but proved to be anything but flawless.
A rushed process resulted in a messy continuity of individual films that culminated in 2017’s Justice League. The superhero ensemble film became a box-office bomb, but rumor grew of a cut with the original director’s vision out there. Fan support swelled to bring Snyder’s vision to viewing life.
In Always and Forever, life-altering decisions shape not only Lara Jean’s love life, but her future in a charming conclusion.
Despite the beautiful black and white color palette, what I got was something entirely different.
Wonder Woman 1984 is not without its shortcomings and problems.
Romantic comedies have a soft spot in my movie selection and given that part of my November is devoted to the charming genre, I was hoping to add a newer, more recent film into that catalog. Insert The Broken Hearts Gallery. After a break-up, a young woman (Geraldine Viswanathan) decides to start a gallery whereContinue reading “‘The Broken Hearts Gallery’ is the feel-good movie we need in 2020.”
I decided to check out Christopher Nolan’s new thriller, Tenet. And it was… an interesting experience in more ways than one.
If you’ve kept up with my blog, you know that horror movies are not at the top list of my favorite genres. But something called to me with this movie. While the trailer for the film reveals most of the movie, I will say that I was pleasantly surprised by how haunting The Invisible ManContinue reading “Elisabeth Moss battles dangerous air in eerie, jump-scary 'The Invisible Man'”
Director Josephine Decker’s take on horror author Shirley Jackson is something completely different for the genre.