In which we look shallowly into the soul of a profoundly unfunny “comedy.”
Do you like long walks on the beach and a nice glass of merlot on rainswept evenings when the only one who could possibly save the world is Matthew McConaughey? If so, let’s Netflix and chill.
In which Oliver Stone makes a movie I didn’t hate. Weird.
A movie made for absolutely no one. You’ll love it!
Train to Busan is a pleasant night out featuring the infected trying to eat a) your face, b) your daughter, and c) most of a baseball team.
It is a story, told to a child, about a vengeful insect and the woman who loves him.
Gene Wilder’s other western ain’t Blazing Saddles, but it is…hmm…it is a western starring Gene Wilder. So there’s that. Did I mention Harrison Ford?
I suppose if you’re the sort of person who finds revenge fun, or who enjoys watching violence without most of the actual violence or any of the consequence, this could be the film for you.
A brief ode.
Every year there needs to be Best Films and buzz and pieces of cinema to enthuse over. This year Embrace of the Serpent was one of them.
Or, how to make a pretty durn good, yet pretty durn unoriginal Texas shoot-em-up flick.
I have trouble believing there’s enough weed in the world to make this movie funny.
A look at one of John Landis’s weirder inspirations.
Do you vaguely recall it being the worst? Sure, that’s what THEY want you to believe. Let me expand your mind…