Category: 20th Century Studios
‘Avatar: The Way of Water’- Film Review: Spectacle And Emotion Align
James Cameron has long been one of modern cinema’s true visionaries. As a filmmaker, he takes time between projects, waiting until the technology catches up to his lofty and brilliantly grandiose ideas. This time, it has been a 13-year stretch.
‘Hellraiser’: Film Review- This Remake Has Good Sights To Show You
Remakes of beloved films are never a good idea and rarely do they work. Armed with his impressive filmography, director David Bruckner helms this year’s “Hellraiser”, the much-debated remake/continuation of Clive Barker’s 1987 classic. Bruckner gifted modern Horror cinema three
Film Review: “Barbarian’- All Is Not As It Seems
It is the rare modern Horror film that impresses. If today’s genre pictures are to hold any surprises at all, the insipid modern styled movie trailers almost always spoil them. Zack Cregger’s clever “Barbarian” sets out to give genre audiences
‘Prey’: Movie Review
“If it bleeds, we can kill it.” That famous phrase from 35 years ago rings as true today as the fifth iteration of the Predator film series, Dan Trachtenberg’s Prey, makes its debut on Hulu. Trachtenberg’s film serves as a
“The Bob’s Burgers Movie” Film Review: One Of The Funniest Films In Years
Immensely enjoyable and one of the funniest comedies to hit theaters in years, “The Bob’s Burgers Movie” does right by its characters and its audience. When television shows make the leap to the big screen, they fall prey to the
‘No Exit’ Review: A Tight And Entertaining Snowbound Thriller
The new film “No Exit” is the kind of snowbound claustrophobic thriller that works very well due to a small and committed cast and the filmmaker’s sharp attention to an ever-building intensity, from which the audience will be allowed no
‘The King’s Man’: Slick Prequel Thrives on Characters, Less on Story
The King’s Man, a prequel to the two films that came before it is a slick actioner with good humor and great characters with an uneven story.
‘West Side Story’: Spielberg Innovates on Classic Musical’s Social Issues
West Side Story from Steven Spielberg, adapts the classic stage musical, reinvigorating that works’ social messages. Now in theaters.
‘The Last Duel’: 14th Century “Rashomon” of Misguided Vengeance
The emotinal betrayals of honor, disgrace, and ego drive an insightful and complex 14th century tale from director Ridley Scott