Kids will find Smallfoot to be an entertaining, joyous romp peppered with lessons they’ll be talking about after they leave the theater. Adults may also find this to be the case.
We are all looking for something until we find it. With their typical humor and wit, the Coen Brothers have delivered a film about the quest for that thing (whatever it may be) for a cast of characters ripped out of 1951 Hollywood, with its Communists, Cold War, and economics. And, as can’t be ignored,… [Read More]
This weekend, Ant-Man hits theaters, setting a new high for the impressive power of Marvel’s ability to take even the smallest (no pun intended), least well known, and mostly inconsequential superhero title and make it into a blockbuster. Yes, I said it, Paul Rudd will probably be the latest face of Marvel’s greatness as the proverbial… [Read More]
Jupiter Ascending is either as awesome–or as terrible–as you’ve heard. It’s not the kind of movie that can be seen as middle-of-the-road.
Foxcatcher is as difficult to write about as it was to watch. I have seen it three or four times now, and it does not lessen the difficulty of watching such a tense and dramatic film.