You’ve seen other writers make their picks but it’s my turn so now, here are my personal picks for the top 10 best and worst films of 2018 (along with some honorable/dishonorable mentions). Stay tuned for more picks from our other writers.
Now, a year after Pokémon the Movie: I Choose You!, OLM / Wit Studio and director Tetuso Yajima present the next chapter in the super popular Japanese anime franchise with the movie Pokémon the Movie: The Power of Us. Does this Pokémon movie find its stride or does it fail to find a “connection” in the popular franchise?
It’s time to return to the gilded lifestyle of the Crawley family as Focus Features releases the official teaser trailer for the upcoming movie Downton Abbey. View trailer below.
The battle of the giant monsters has come as Warner Bros. Pictures releases the second official trailer for their upcoming MonsterVerse feature Godzilla: King of Monsters. View trailer below.
With Indivisible. does this marriage of war and faith-based genres finds its voice (and meaning) in this cinematic telling or does it flounder in trying to find its message (point) across in a theatrical presentation?
Now, roughly four years after Angelina Jolie’s Unbroken, Pure Flix Entertainment and director Harold Cronk present the continuation of Zamperini’s cinematic story in the film Unbroken: Path to Redemption. Does this “spiritual successor” movie to the 2014 release ring strong and true or is a bit “too little, too late” to fully capture a revisit Unbroken?
Lake Shore Entertainment, Globe Road Entertainment, and director Oliver Daly presents the newest film to feature the relationship between man and dog with the movie A.X.L.. Does this film find its cinematic human / canine bond or does the movie’s bites off more than it can chew?
Does this latest movie in children’s animation soar to new heights or is it a flightless (and boring) lame duck of a feature?
Back in 2001, the comedian group of guys who went by the stage name of “Broken Lizard” released their sophomore feature length film Super Troopers. While Super Troopers only made a very mild splash during its box office run, which is not bad considering the movie made roughly $23 million against its $3 million production budget) as well as facing mixed reviews from critics, the movie itself found its popularity on home release where it gained a cult-following. Almost seventeen years later, Fox Searchlight Pictures and director Jay Chandrasekhar present the long-awaited sequel to the 2001 film with the movie Super Troopers 2.
The Kennedys have always been a subject to talk about and to marvel over. It’s also been said that the Kennedy family has been cursed, with the family facing many tragedies that have stained and lined their legacy’s path. Now, Hollywood gears up for a new cinematic tale on the subject of the Kennedys with the movie Chappaquiddick, the famous story revolving Ted Kennedy.