The Wall Review

In an age when film producers feel a summer movie isn’t worth making that doesn’t include overwhelming CGI, constant explosions, and a hundred million dollar-plus budget, restraint is not dead. Your proof is Doug Liman’s The Wall. No, we’re not talking about that movie set in China with Matt Damon, we’re talking about a tight-knit... Continue Reading →

Alien: Covenant Review

The xenomorphs are back. After their introduction in Ridley Scott’s sophisticated and inventive sci-fi/horror masterpiece Alien in 1979, the terrifying creatures have been returning to cineplexes off-and-on again for close to 40 years. Alien: Covenant is the eighth film in the series if you include those shameless Alien vs. Predator films, and Ridley Scott has... Continue Reading →

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword Review

Summer blockbuster season is in full swing. After we were treated last week with a stellar franchise building-block in the form of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. II, this week in wide release we have the season’s first sure-fire Razzie contender in the form of King Arthur: Legend of the Sword. King Arthur is the... Continue Reading →

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