Category: Theatrical

Total 79 Posts

‘Repossession’ Review: A Horror Drama Of Past Sins

The dark past becomes present, catching up to a fragile soul in this eerie, unnerving, and moving tale of horror

‘Nightmare Alley’ Review: Bradley Cooper’s Leads Brilliant Ensemble, Elevates Neo-Classical Thriller

Nightmare Alley, the latest thriller from Guillermo del Toro features a brilliant ensemble led by Bradley Cooper. Now in theaters.

‘Spider-Man: No Way Home’: Rousing Drama, Strong Character Moments Define Most Human MCU Story

Spider-Man: No Way Home Directed by Jon Watts Written by Chris McKenna & Erik Sommers, based on Spider-Man Comic Book by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko Starring Tom Holland, Zendaya, Benedict Cumberbatch, Jacob Batalon, Jon Favreau, Marisa Tomei There’s a

‘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.

‘Being the Ricardos’: Sorkin, Kidman, Bardem Shine in Insider Look at Couple’s Romance and Production’s Troubles

Being the Ricardos is a unique look at the goings-on of a week in the production of ‘I Love Lucy,’ set against the troubled PR nightmare and a romance on the rocks.

‘Zeros and Ones’: An Abstract Vision Of A Broken World

Unique cinematic auteur Abel Ferrara’s dark and philosophical head trip of a world engulfed in separation and dangerous distrust

‘Flag Day’: Dylan Penn Shines In Her Father’s Powerful Film

The broken bond of father and daughter and the desire to overcome the failings of our family gives potency to Sean Penn’s powerful new film.

‘Red Pill’: Tonya Pinkins’ Real World Warning Of Horror

Tonya Pinkins’ new Horror film stands as a warning and sociopolitical cautionary tale for a divided America

‘Motherly’: A Taut Thriller Anchored By Its Two Leads

Motherly is an edge-of-your-seat thriller that enhances the personal drama and finds that isolation cannot save us from our past