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Politics has never been more divisive than it is right now, with ideology creeping its way into just about everything we used to see as a diversion from reality. What separates Michael Moore from other documentary filmmakers is that he's always looking for a new way to make political discourse entertaining as well as enlightening. Are his antics occasionally crass, bloated, and self-serving
I'm not going to go eagle-eyed crazy over this the way some other sites have, but it is rather fun to speculate on the title of Avengers 4. In the past we'd heard clues about the title would begin to appear after the trailer for Captain Marvel, which arrived yesterday. And just a day later we have directors Joe and Anthony Russo teasing the title in this rather dull set photo, captioned simply
Oh...ANOTHER trailer for First Man, eh? It's only been a week since the last one, which at the time seemed like an insta-response to the anti-patriotism controversy the film had been embroiled in for not showing Neil Armstrong's planting of the flag on the moon's surface. So what's the point of this new one other than to double-down? It might as well scream "America! Fuck yeah!!"
NOTE: This is a reprint of my review from the Sundance Film Festival.
Imagine the Salem Witch Trials in the age of social media. How much worse would it have been? How many would have been burned in the accusatory fires? That's the basic idea behind Sam Levinson's awesome, bold, confrontational, and timely Assassination Nation, a Midnight film that took me by surprise yesterday at
While most horror franchise have their ups and downs, mostly downs, Child's Play has been going strong since the original 1988 movie. Sure, some sequels have been better than others but there's no sign of the killer doll going away any time soon. In fact, with recent word of a fresh reboot and the continuation of the original series continuity plus a TV series, there's about to be more Child's
If the reviews out of Toronto are anything to go by, Beautiful Boy will mark Timothee Chalamet's return to Oscar contention after his breakout role in last year's Call Me By Your Name. This time he won't be enjoying a summer fling with Armie Hammer, but struggling to survive a drug addiction that has destroyed his relationship with his father, played by Steve Carell who is also looking for his
A couple of days ago I posted on our Facebook page about the weird case of Chinese actress Fan Bingbing's disappearance. An international megastar with over 60 million followers on her popular Weibo account, Bingbing has been making inroads here in America, appearing in blockbuster films Iron Man 3, X-Men: Days of Future Past, and more. While not knowing her status has to be scary for those
Eddie Murphy may be donning old age makeup again, just as he did in Coming to America. He's set to star in an untitled film that draws inspiration from the 1993 comedy, Grumpy Old Men, and will be directed by Think Like A Man's Tim Story.
Grumpy Old Men revived the careers of Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau, pairing them up as longtime rivals whose feud intensifies with the arrival of a sexy
Your favorite Marvel hero meet their doom in Avengers: Infinity War? While there's a good chance they may return in Avengers 4, some of them are likely dead as Uncle Ben, but Marvel may have found a way for you experience those characters once again. All you'll need to do is subscribe to their streaming service to do it.
Marvel is reportedly planning to give Loki, Scarlet Witch, and other
When M. Night Shyamalan was at his lowest point, he managed to somehow dig even lower with 2010's The Last Airbender. The live-action adaptation of the beloved animated series is reviled by pretty much everybody. It currently sits at 6% on Rotten Tomatoes, failed to be the huge smash it should've been, and was hit with fairly undeniable whitewashing concerns. Sequels? Forget about it. But