‘Turns out I’m not the only dame in Gotham looking for emancipation.’ –Harley Quinn, Birds of Prey After the middling returns on Justice League, DC has broken away from their perceived Marvel-envy with a wide variety of films, ranging from the underwater epic Aquaman, teen-frenzied Shazam! and the dark and brooding Joker. With Birds of Prey, they continue the trend of well-written… [Read More]
[Caution: The following review contains spoilers for Doctor Sleep.] A continuation of Stanley Kubrick’s classic horror movie, The Shining, Doctor Sleep takes place after the events that occurred at the Overlook Hotel and follows the now grown-up Danny Torrance (Ewan McGregor). Doing his best to live with the horror that transpired as a child, Danny is tired and beaten… [Read More]
Somewhere, in a galaxy far far away, in an outpost called Anaheim, there is a disturbance in the force. Well, maybe it was just convention food for some people. D23 Expo has come and gone and with it a whole slew of breaking news and announcements and unsurprisingly their two big franchises really made an… [Read More]
Produced by Brigham Taylor (Jungle Book, Tomorrowland), Disney’s Christopher Robin reintroduces fans to such beloved characters as Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Eeyore and many more. Taking place in the mid-1940s, Christopher Robin is now a family man living in London. When he receives a surprise visit from his beloved childhood bear, Winnie the Pooh, the… [Read More]
Lots of people will flock to see a good film that doesn’t quite reach the bar set by its predecessor.
“Father, where are you?” – Jesus (Last Days of the Desert, 2016) Directed by Rodrigo Garcia (Albert Nobbs) and beautifully shot by three time Oscar-winning cinematographer, Emmanuel Lubezki (The Revenant, Gravity), Last Days in the Desert follows ‘the holy man’ as he ventures into the desert, seeking spiritual enlightenment. More specifically though, the ‘holy man’… [Read More]
Jesus (Ewan McGregor) is wandering through the desert feeling out of touch with God. Satan (also played by Ewan McGregor) is trying to take advantage of that alienation.