I prepared myself for this film by watching Deep Blue Sea (which if you haven’t seen, stream it immediately because it delivers ultimate Samuel L. Jackson realness) and Alexandre Aja’s remake of Piranha. I was ready for some sea monster ridiculousness. I should have given more thought to the implications about this film being rated […]
And a fond farewell.
“Another death rattle in the demise of nerd culture.”
Some banging fun, and little else.
Van Sant’s take on recovery is moving and bold.
Bo Burnham’s first foray to the big screen is a terrific success.
The punk tastemaker on takes on punk, and her self in the new documentary
A social horror movie for the moment.
Elite parents looking for elite schools does not a great movie make.
As a rule, sports movies almost never surprise their audiences. Much like rom-coms or big-budget action flicks, there are certain expected beats. The small team challenges the goliath. A character cracks wise. The underdog becomes proficient. And somewhere between the training montage and some sort of unexpected setback, you have the moment where the protagonist […]