Because we all love ourselves the occasional Zombie-Horror-Comedy-Romance-Coming-of-Age-Christmas-Musical, right?
How come nobody told me that this absolutely brutal Nazi killing spree would be the feel good movie of the year?
You won’t want to miss this Thanksgiving dinner.
If you would like to read our earlier review of The Sisters Brothers, click here. This may technically be the third review of the film on this site but it will be a different one, I assure you.
Glenn Close is coming for that Oscar!
Here is a look at the movies we will be covering this week, time permitting:
If you would like to read our earlier review of Bad Times at the El Royale, click here.
Alex Honnold is such a pure and genuine person – and I want to BE him.
One of the biggest disappointments with movies is when everything is seemingly perfect on paper; the right experienced director, proven cast, good story, and strong cinematography and production design, but for some reason, none of it seems to fully come alive on screen. Apostle is exactly this type of film.
Bigger is an uncomplicated and sweet portrayal of one man’s dream to change the world that occasionally stumbles in its handling of serious issues with kid gloves but ultimately redeems itself by providing a fast-paced and light-hearted story.