Written by Patrick Hao “Top Gun: Maverick” is the movie that they used to make, but not just because it is a “legacy sequel” to the original film nor is it because it is old-fashioned. Rather, “Top Gun: Maverick” embraces … Continue reading.
Written by Maria Athayde 50/100 The Unforgivable, directed by Nora Fingscheidt and starring Sandra Bullock and Viola Davis fails to deliver despite its on-screen talent. The movie feels rushed, the script weak, and fails to properly develop its characters, especially … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 60/100 Barry Levinson, director of Rain Man and Good Morning Vietnam, picks up the camera again to depict a biographical film entitled The Survivor. Which offers a look back at Harry Haft (played by a very … Continue reading.
“There's nothing better than finishing something and looking at it. Whether it be a script or a movie, it's this complete little thing that now exists and is hopefully immortal.”Cary Joji Fukunaga, Director of No Time to Die Links: Apple … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 90/100 It’s always clear when Netflix trusts their IPs and their creators. Clearly, they have trust in Zack “I will make movies however long I want and you’ll like it” Snyder, and I am okay with … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 50/100 Unless you've been under a rock the last two and a half years you surely know that Denis Villeneuve's Dune is finally being released to both theatrical and home audiences via HBO Max on October … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 50/100 It's been about a year and a half since No Time to Die was originally intended to bow into theaters. Cary Joji Fukanaga of True Detective fame, publicly picked up the fallen pieces of Boyle's … Continue reading.
"I film quite a bit of footage, then edit. Changes before your eyes, things you can do and things you can't. My attitude is always 'let it keep rolling."Terrence Malick Links: Apple Podcasts | Castbox | Google Podcasts | LibSyn … Continue reading.
"Filmmaking, like any other art, is a very profound means of human communication; beyond the professional pleasure of succeeding or the pain of failing, you do want your film to be seen, to communicate itself to other people."Kenneth Lonergan Links: … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison 60/100 The first Wonder Woman was a breath of fresh air not only for the struggling DC Extended Universe, but for superhero movies as a whole. It was charming and oftentimes stirring (the No Man’s Land … Continue reading.