After taking Star Trek to ambitious new territory, J.J. Abrams’ sequel Into Darkness certainly doesn’t go where no man has gone before.
I am typically a sucker for thrillers, especially ones that have a major plot twist that you don’t see coming. These types of films typically have some fantastic characters and a nice mix of suspenseful action thrown in for good measure. Broken City fails to deliver on all points.
Two young nuns shooting up a downtown hotel room and hallway is certainly a bold way to open up a film. Check out our review of VIOLET & DAISY starring Alexis Bledel and Saorise Ronan.
Emma Roberts plays an aspiring poet, fresh out of college, who starts working at a porn shop to pay off her debt. This was one of our favorites from Tribeca Film Festival.
Welcome to the Millennial slacker subgenre, Free Samples. The film follows Jess Weixler’s Jillian who is newly out of Stanford Law School, having dropped out to pursue a career in the Los Angeles arts scene despite lacking any sort of talent.
To some, the idea of letting Shane Black, the creator and writer of the Lethal Weapon series, Last Action Hero, The Last Boy Scout, and the amazing Kiss Kiss Bang Bang, be the director of Iron Man 3 seemed like a weird joke. Let’s see how he handled the challenge.
The intriguing true story of a psychopath-turned-Mob hitman and suburban dad is turned into second-rate gangster fiction in THE ICEMAN.
RUN & JUMP strikes a delightful balance of drama, comedy, and romance. In its more dramatic moments, the film profoundly explores the delicate balance of family dynamics and pays homage to the reality that brain trauma does not only affect the person who suffers it. With its laugh-out-loud-funny dialogue, RUN & JUMP also entertains.
Jacob’s final trip to the mausoleum brings two gimmick screenings: “Rollercoaster” (1977) presented in Sensurround, and “Liquid Sky” (1982) featuring a live score by Philly psych rockers, Cheap Dinosaurs.
Manborg stars Matthew Kennedy as a nameless soldier in the Earth’s fight against Count Draculon and his invading Nazi armies from Hell. Read our review.
Sightseers is the UK’s highly anticipated (by me at least), Edgar Wright produced, acclaimed festival darling.
Aharon Keshales and Navot Papushado’s vividly violent, psychological thriller BIG BAD WOLVES explores how far men will go for justice when the law fails to provide it.