With Josh Brolin owning this summer with the releases of Avengers: Infinity War, Deadpool 2 and Sicario: Day of the Soldado, Netflix knew this was the perfect time to quietly put out this indie film. Apparently Netflix bought this film after it was in distribution hell for the […]
I was skeptical and lacked any excitement when I heard the Jurassic Park franchise would be re-imagined for a new trilogy. Ignoring the last two, Jurassic World was a sequel to the original making Fallen Kingdom the second attempt at a third sequential film. Jurassic World managed to […]
Alicia Vikander and Jason McAvoy in a film together? Sold. Directed by Wim Wenders? Sold. A romantic thriller? A bit skeptical, but still sold. What could possibly go wrong?
So apparently, you Canucks don’t have access to the great American export of Trash Hollywood Remakes so I’m stepping in this week for a review of Overboard (2018). Believe it or not, there are other movies in theatres not named Avengers: Infinity War. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean the alternatives are very good.
With the introduction of services like Amazon, iTunes and others, more and more companies opt to release their films online rather than push for a limited theater release. Many of these films would have been categorized as straight-to-DVD or VOD films in terms of quality, but sometimes you […]
It’s four years into Adam Sandler’s Netflix partnership that has seen him double his original deal from four to eight films. While the first three, The Ridiculous 6, The Do-Over and Sandy Wexler, were very underwhelming, despite their fairly recognizable casts, his fourth attempt, and only release separate […]
Finally what I consider the most anticipated film of the year. It isn’t like it’s 10 years in the making and the culmination of 18 previous movies coming together in part one of a climactic conclusion to a ground-breaking franchise model. Definitely not a big deal. This is […]