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.
Lionsgate (and Roadside Attractions) and directors Jon and Andrew Erwin present the newest Christian religious drama film with the movie I Can Only Imagine, based on the true story of Bart Millard (the lead singer of the Christian music group MercyMe). Does this feature find its religious stride or does its Christian overtones fail to bring this cinematic tale to light?
Two lives, separated by time. A journey to reunite them. And the adventure of their love for one another. Yes, season 3 of Starz’s Outlander was indeed an interesting and entertaining season, further continuing the episodic drama odyssey of Claire Randall and Jamie Fraser. Continue reading “Outlander Season 3 Review”
So….it finally here. The season finale presented a lot of story elements into the mix as well as concluding the central plot of Claire and Jamie finding Young Ian and the immediate threat of Geillis Duncan as well presenting a new and exciting territory for season 4 to begin.
The ghosts of the past return for both Claire and Jamie in a very good second-to-last episode of the season with plenty of new twists and turns that our two main characters must navigate through.
Haplessly lost in the wilderness, a strange lodging, a reunion, a marriage, and bit of “spiked” soup. These are the main plot beats found in the episode which was a very unusual entry in this season, but it proved effective in the story and had a few key moments that are meant for being memorable and for comedic levity. Additionally, Caitriona Balfe was excellent in this episode.