We sat down with the folks behind the hottest graphic novel releasing this summer, First Second’s The Adventure Zone: Here There Be Gerblins!
The 2015 hit returns for Sicario: Day of Soldado with fewer rules and more action. But does the sequel match up to the original?
Release Date: June 22, 2018 Cast: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard, Rafe Spall, Justice Smith, Daniella Pineda, James Cromwell, Toby Jones, Ted Levine Director: J. A. Bayona Studio: Universal…
If you, like me, have been eagerly awaiting the follow-up adventure of The Incredibles you will almost certainly enjoy The Incredibles 2, just keep your expectations in check. It is a lot of fun, some good laughs and a warm embrace from the family we’ve been missing for 14 years.
Hereditary is another really good entry in the genre. It is a newer take on things we have seen before but done with enough skill and talent to make it worthwhile, even if it has slight missteps. No mistake, Hereditary isn’t the scariest movie out there but it may be one of the most uncomfortable.
The spinoff no one really asked for but we have never the less been given, SOLO A Star Wars Story, jumps into our galaxy and brings us the origin of our favorite scoundrels. This is our review of Solo!
Infinity War is the most elaborate spinning of plates Marvel has had to execute and they do it damn near flawlessly. It is a perfectly balanced film that thrives on unexpected pairings and modern gods battling across wild set pieces.
Rampage puts The Rock front and center with a big goofy ape and it’s a pretty stupid fun ride. He has solidified his ability to not just rake in millions and put butts in the theaters, but he’s proven he can do it with the most unexpected, unasked for properties.
The writing is clunky, the plotting nonsensical, and the entire conceit laughable. Movies (horror especially) can get by with having just style or just substance but to lack both is unforgivable. Unfortunately, Truth or Dare was absolute garbage.
A lot is being made of Ready Player One as a ‘dumb popcorn flick.’ Spielberg is masterful at setting up his action, there’s no doubt there and he can imbue a movie with that sense of wonder, but he can only polish a turd so far.