Wednesday, October 31, 2018
Monday, October 29, 2018
Sunday, October 28, 2018
that new remake Jordan Peele may or may not be producing will help boost his profile?
Saturday, October 27, 2018
a mixed review of the Tim Burton directed turkey Planet of the Apes back in 2001. In this review, he mentioned at one point that, years down the line, it would still be the original Planet of the Apes from the 1960's that people would be watching instead of this more recent remake and a similar sentiment can be expressed for the original Poltergeist movie and its own remake. Back over Memorial Day weekend 2015, MGM released a high-profile remake of that horror movie classic that starred noteworthy actors like eventual Oscar winner Sam Rockwell and was even outfitted in 3D, but it's been totally forgotten about in the three years since its release, it's like it never even existed.
Friday, October 26, 2018
Because 2018 has to continue to be the garbage fire year to end all garbage fire years, this morning brought a piece of completely out-of-nowhere awful news declaring that streaming service FilmStruck, which is dedicated to providing easy access to classic cinema from all genres from every country on the planet, is coming to an end. As reported by Variety, the Warner Bros. Digital Service-owned service FilmStruck will come to an end on November 29, 2018, as part of Warner Bros. new parent company AT&T initiative to cut back on the amount of streaming services they carry as well as FilmStruck being, according to an official statement from Warner Bros. Digital Service, "...a largely niche service.".
Monday, October 22, 2018
Sunday, October 21, 2018
Saturday, October 20, 2018
The ninth biggest film of all-time at the domestic box office when adjusted for inflation petrified audiences all around the world back in the day and established exorcisms as a go-to source for scares in horror movies for decades to come.
Thursday, October 18, 2018
We've all seen Neil Armstrong landing on the moon. Whether you've seen it in photographic form or in videos or in parodies of the man, we're all keenly aware of Neil Armstrong being the first human being to walk on the moon. It's a momentous moment in the history of humanity whose grand importance seems to be as deserving of a movie as any historical event but as many historical dramas have been grappled with in the past, how do you wring drama out of real-life events that everybody and their grandmother knows everything about? For First Man (Damien Chazelle's fourth directorial effort and his third winner in a row as a filmmaker), the solution is to explore both the extensive training leading up to the historic moon landing and the psychological condition of Neil Armstrong himself.
Wednesday, October 17, 2018
Sunday, October 14, 2018
Venom Gobbles Up The Top Spot At The Box Office Again As First Man Has Underwhelming Launch And Goosebumps 2 Haunts Up OK Debut
Saturday, October 13, 2018
Friday, October 12, 2018
Thursday, October 11, 2018
Wednesday, October 10, 2018
Tuesday, October 9, 2018
Sunday, October 7, 2018
Audiences Let The Devil In As Venom Blows Away October Box Office Records Like Turds In The Wind And A Star Is Born Has Sensational Bow
Saturday, October 6, 2018
Friday, October 5, 2018
It's No Wonder People Keep Remaking A Movie As Emotionally Resonant As The 1937 Version Of A Star Is Born
Don't Get Too Close To Venom, It's Where Eddie Brock's Demons Hide...And Also It's A Dismal & Awkward Movie
Good God, the Venom movie is an outstandingly clumsy exercise in cinematic storytelling. This whole film is so awkward to watch it leaves one feeling uncomfortable, it's like watching someone repeatedly try to do a somersault but constantly failing at it in the most spectacular of ways. At least it establishes right from the get-go that this is gonna be a subpar production, Venom does not waste time in letting you know it's a flat-out disaster. The first twenty minutes are dedicated to establishing the character of Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy) and who he is as a person. Hardy's wack-a-doodle performance constantly shifts Brock's personality from scene-to-scene, so don't expect to get to know this character very well in this section of the movie or any other part of it.