Black Panther’s real strength is in the world and characters. Wakanda is a sci-fi wonderland in the heart of Africa, but still steeped in a tribal community and traditions. It is a rad balance.
So even though Fifty Shades Freed was bland, I say thank you, E.L James, AKA Snowqueens Icedragon, for all the love, laughter, and fantastic music these past three years.
Den of Thieves is the tale of several unlikable thieves planning a heist while a crew of more unlikable cops works to try and stop them. Try rewatching the Fast and the Furious films.
The Commuter is genuinely tense for the first maybe two thirds, the audience is in the dark about the nature of what’s happening. There is a conspiracy and bad guys seem to be everywhere, but the last act drags a bit and has some really uninspiring moments.
The nicest, most polite and charming movie of the year (and maybe ever?) is here! Paddington 2 sees Ben Whishaw return and teach us: so long as we are kind and polite, the world will be right!
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle is the comedic sequel of a 90s children’s movie we didn’t know we wanted, put together by a bunch of comedic goons who get the angle of those who grew up with it. It is better than expected, but not nearly as magical as the original.
Pitch Perfect 3 is the perfect action-comedy that hits all the right notes and avoids all the pitfalls it experienced in the second movie.
Ferdinand doesn’t want to fight anybody, he just likes snorting flowers! And that’s OK! Here’s our Ferdinand the movie review!
It’s hard to even talk about the Justice League. It is so underwhelming, but if you’re a fan of DC comics, you’ll find something to like.
Release Date: November 10, 2017 Cast: Kenneth Branagh, Ridley Scott, Sion Kinberg, Mark Gordon, Aditya Sood, Michael Schaefer, Judy Hofflund, et al. Director: Kenneth Branagh Studio: 20th Century Fox…