Tag: Idris Elba
The visionary scope of director George Miller has long been one of the most unique and original in all of cinema. As his latest film “Three Thousand Years of Longing” proves, the filmmaker has not and will never lose his
The Suicide Squad demonstrates James Gunn’s strong character building, creating a vividly fun Summer popcorn film. A couple of minor quibbles do impact the overall feeling of the film, but you should see this on the biggest screen possible.
For as long as I can remember, films adapted from Stephen King’s novels or short stories have resulted in either outright classics or box office failures that eventually turn into cult classics. I confess that I have not read his
“…to boldly go where no one has gone before.” For nearly 50 years, Gene Roddenberry’s “Star Trek” has graced our screens, large and small. Trek isn’t limited to just one generation, but generations as J. J. Abrams successfully showed us