The 2018 Academy Awards are upon us, and the nine nominated movies for best picture are immersed in controversy. Here are my top 10 favorite films of 2017!
To quote Luke, "This is not going to go the way you think..." The force may be back and bigger than ever, but it’s not necessarily better than ever.
Most of us have had experiences similar to Lady Bird’s. We went to high school. We fell in love. Our hearts were broken. We fought with our moms. The nuance is what’s important.
Welcome to the third and final act, the grand finale, the prestige (wink, wink) ... my last chapter of my "Best of" series Back to the 2000's.
Sleep all day, party all night...it's fun to be a vampire until reality sets in.
All she wanted to do was be the best figure skater in America, but became one of the biggest punchlines of the 90s.
After nearly three hours of Dennis Villenueve's version of a dystopian Los Angeles, the replicant-hunting flick felt flat and more like a sequel to Her than a continuation of Blade Runner.
I gained more insight of the possibilities of life after death from a ghost in a sheet than I have in thirty-one years from any textbook. The complexities of the afterlife may be more simple than we've imagined and may not be what we expect.
After 27 years, Stephen King's child-killing clown has returned to haunt a new generation.
Ingrid Goes West dives face first into Single White Female territory with a splash of Desperately Seeking Susan for the millennial generation.