When there is a Skarsgård brother tied to a movie, you can pretty much guarantee I'll sign up to watch it.
In an era where nearly everyone suffers from superhero fatigue, did we really need this installment in the Batman franchise?
I think I just saw the greatest movie of 2021, and I'm screaming because general audiences are sleeping on it.
What do you get when you combine some of the biggest names in Hollywood with one of the greatest plots of the year? Surprisingly, a greater disaster than it's foreboding synopsis. 😭
Both haunting and elegant, Spencer brilliantly conveys all of Diana's anguish in what would be one of the most important weekends to shape her future with the royal family.
"The future looks bright with C’MON C’MON in the world" tweets production company A24 — and they're absolutely right.
For a movie that is considered largely "unfilmable", Denis Villeneuve did it, and he did it epically well.
When you have to ask yourself, "Did I finish the movie or did the movie finish me?" you know shit is heavy.
The Suicide Squad. What a joke. This charmless franchise redo is as unfunny as it is tedious to watch...not even Harley Quinn can save this hot mess. 😢
When small, indie-focused distributor A24 attaches itself to a movie, my interest is always heightened. But, I may be here to tell you that this is the first misfire movie from the distributor leaving me wanting more than what I received. 😕