Deadpool 2 Review

It’s been a little over two years since we were first introduced to Ryan Reynolds’ crude-talking Deadpool, and thanks to sly and satirical marketing efforts by Fox, it feels like he’s never left us. This weekend, they’re certain to all pay off, as Deadpool 2 is projected to rake in up to $150 million, smoking... Continue Reading →

Life of the Party Review

Mother’s Day is this Sunday, and the pre-holiday rollout continues this weekend with another flick for moms, Melissa McCarthy’s Life of the Party. The film eyes a strategy similar to Amy Schumer’s Snatched, another mother-daughter laugher that opened during the same frame last year to mediocre reviews and a modest box office run. 2018 looks... Continue Reading →

Tully Review

Film fans, chances are you’ll be catching Avengers: Infinity War for the second time this weekend, but make sure you don’t sleep on the newest comedy-drama to hit theaters – Tully. Set as counter programming to the latest comic book spectacle, Tully is an unexpectedly invigorating viewing experience, and a delightful exploration of motherhood. Featuring... Continue Reading →

Avengers: Infinity War Review

After 10 years, 18 movies, 14 billion dollars in net earnings, and a dizzying array of explosions, the widest assembly of superheroes yet has finally arrived in Marvel’s Avengers: Infinity War. In what observers are labeling the most ambitious movie crossover event of all time, a decade of powers and punches, as well as studio... Continue Reading →

Isle of Dogs Review

Following a four-year absence, cinema’s auteur of fastidious oddity has finally returned. Off the heels of his most successful breakthrough yet into the mainstream and Hollywood elite with his Best Picture-nominated The Grand Budapest Hotel, Wes Anderson makes his sophomore foray into the meticulous realm of stop motion with the both amusing and topical Isle... Continue Reading →

Rampage Review

Just a few weeks after gargantuan aliens and cyborgs squared off in Pacific Rim: Uprising, massive apes and crocodiles crashed into theaters last weekend in Brad Peyton’s Rampage. In his third collaboration with the filmmaker, Dwayne Johnson delivers another round of muscle and magnetism alongside a gorilla with even more brawn than he has. Featuring... Continue Reading →

A Quiet Place Review

Cinema’s latest horror hit might be distinguished by its bouts of prolonged silence, but this scare fest is anything but a snoozer. A Quiet Place is a searing firecracker of a thriller, heralding a startlingly impressive turn for The Office alum John Krasinski in his directorial breakthrough. Featuring a barren post-apocalyptic landscape ruled by creatures... Continue Reading →

Ready Player One Review

Only four months after unveiling his Oscar-nominated drama The Post, Spielberg respawns with the jaw-dropping visual spectacle Ready Player One, the clincher in his latest one-two cinematic punch. Set in a dystopian future where the majority of the population disappears from daily life into an immersive virtual reality video game environment, Spielberg’s nostalgic sci-fi epic... Continue Reading →

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