Joker isn’t one of those films where you leave the theater energized. You’re beaten down and exhausted. But for a film to have that effect on you these days is quite a feat.
The film lives and breathes on Zellwegger’s excellent work and all the praise she’s getting is absolutely deserved.
For anyone who watched every episode of every season of Downton Abbey, the new film will be like a warm, comfortable blanket that you pulled out of storage.
The cast is great. Jeffrey Wright as Hobie has a short monologue about restoring furniture and it’s honestly the best thing in the film.
Even with the rose-colored lense of the film, it’s a swoony remembrance of how huge a star Linda Ronstadt was and how her voice was one for the ages.
With a note perfect cast, quick-witted script and direction to match, Before You Know It, Hannah Pearl Utt’s marks a terrific directorial debut.
The film benefits from the wonderful cast and the cameo from some guy named Stephen King.
For fans of Broadway, in lieu of actually going to see a performance, there really isn’t a better way of spending an evening than catching this film.
The documentary’s title refers to Wyman’s role in the Rolling Stones, where he served as a quiet on-stage presence as compared to the antics of Richards and Jagger.
What is arguably one of the greatest movie franchises in history has come to an end. And wow, what an ending it is.
As Shazam, Zachary Levi is goofiness and super-hero rolled into one. Think of him as Tom Hanks’ Big character if he were given an extraordinary powers.
When Dumbo is good, it’s very good, sweet, and charming. In fact, the part of the film that will give you all the feels is when we first see Dumbo fly.
From the casting, screenplay and the “Holy Crap!” final scene of ‘Us’, Jordan Peele has quickly turned into a director who’s a must-watch.
The film is more graphic novel than pure comic book. Writer/director M. Night Shyamalan wants to deal with what it’s like to be a human with super abilities and its effects on the world at large.
Aquaman boasts a terrific cast, great director and a couple of great action scenes. What it does not have, like most DC movies, is a good script.
Mary Poppins Returns, the sequel to the 1964 Disney classic, is more than a worthy follow up. It’s joyful, uplifting and features an Oscar-worthy performance from Emily Blunt.
As thrillers go, this one is pretty impressive and fans of Viola Davis will not be disappointed.
If there is a hell, you have to believe that there’s a white-hot space reserved for some of the people portrayed in Joel Edgerton’s new film, Boy Erased.
Bohemian Rhapsody gets just enough things right to make it an semi-enjoyable homage to the brilliant Freddie Mercury.
Mooren and Serafino have terrific chemistry and they could have easily carried the entire film.