Written by Alexander Reams "When it’s all said and done, Guy Ritchie’s filmography will be in contention for one of the most varied, he’s an auteur who turns the griminess of Britain’s underworld into art, a studio player who manages … Continue reading.
Written by Patrick Hao "On the surface “Strange World” is an ambitious action adventure for Disney, one that has not always worked out. The film openly takes its cues from pulp magazine science fiction stories, films like “Forbidden Planet,” and … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker To many cinephiles, Michael Bay is grotesque, a director known for bombasticity, commercialism (and commercials), and the progenitor of franchises like “Transformers” and “TMNT.” To many of the masses Michael Bay is an entertainer, they read … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison 85/100 Spider-Man has had an odd cinematic life, to say the least: studio interference from Sony hobbled Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3, leading to a scrapped Spider-Man 4; The Amazing Spider-Man duology, coming mere years after Tobey … Continue reading.
Written by Anna Harrison In these retrospectives, Anna will be looking back on the Marvel Cinematic Universe, providing context around the films, criticizing them, pointing out their groundwork for the future, and telling everyone her favorite scene, because her opinion … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams 95/100 An Upstate Escape The First Crack in the Glass Are You Real? The Remembering We all dream of that perfect relationship, looking across somewhere and seeing that one person that changes their life, and not … Continue reading.
Written by Alexander Reams Crash: 46/100 Brokeback Mountain: 76/100 Venice Film Festival, September 2, 2005. Ang Lee brought a new film to the Lido, entitled Brokeback Mountain, starring Jake Gyllenhaal, Heath Ledger, Anne Hathaway, Michelle Williams, and Randy Quaid. Premiering … Continue reading.
Written by Taylor Baker 48/100 Before talking about Antoine Fuqua's The Guilty one has to mention the Danish film on which it's based. Gustav Möller's Den skyldige which translates to The Guilty, was submitted by Denmark for their Foreign Language … Continue reading.