Ah, the zombie film. At this point, they’re a dime a dozen. They have to different in order to shine through. They have to be unique. They have to have a way of separating themselves out from the pack. Frankly, I think… Read More ›
“Mission: Impossible – Fallout,” “Scrooged,” and Being a Good American
More than 20 years after the first film’s release, the sixth “Mission: Impossible” movie arrived on the big screen this summer. Now, it’s on Blu-ray, as is a 30th anniversary edition of the Bill Murray classic, “Scrooged.” Both films, as… Read More ›
Movie Review: “Isle of Dogs”
Wes Anderson is a filmmaker truly adept at crafting an image. Every frame feels carefully composed, every camera angle considered. Watching a Wes Anderson film one gets the sense that they are truly witnessing his vision on screen and a story… Read More ›
"Lass is More" Opens "The Jungle Book"
What if the audience growing tired of sequels wasn’t to blame for this summer’s filmic woes? What if the sense that fewer reboots and remakes would have made everything better both at the box office AND on the screen is… Read More ›