One person’s masterpiece is another person’s Madea film. But ignoring how good of a movie Llewyn Davis is seems foolish.
Ramis was involved with some of the funniest movies ever made, including Animal House, Stripes, Caddyshack, Ghostbusters and Groundhog Day. It’s hard to imagine that list of comedy classics all came from the same person; that’s a hell of a track record.
Hidden within the plethora of movie streaming services are true gems; Streaming Obscura seeks to shine some light on the films you might otherwise miss. Ti West is an aquired-taste kind of filmmaker. His horror films are the slowest of slow burns. Slow to the point
Recently, it was announced that Nike was going to fulfill the dreams of children of the '80s everywhere and make their own version of the Back to the Future Part II power lace sneakers (call me when they finally make the hover-board or time machine Delorean, for
Hidden within the plethora of movie streaming services are true gems; Streaming Obscura seeks to shine some light on the films you might otherwise miss. If there is one overused trope of filmmaking these days it’s Nicholas Sparks adaptations. But the OTHER overused trope is “found
In our current series 2014, we list our top 10 most anticipated films of the coming year. NOTE: I had TOMORROWLAND on this list, because I mistakenly thought it came out in 2014; it actually comes out in 2015. So here is the new, improved list. I've
Hoffman was whatever character he needed to be. He was a fearless actor who was entirely committed to any film, any performance. Even in really mediocre films like Along Came Polly and Red Dragon, Hoffman is nowhere near phoning it in.
There was a time when a new M. Night Shyamalan film was a big deal. His name would be plastered all over the posters; the trailers and TV commercials would proclaim, “THE NEW FILM FROM M. NIGHT SHYAMALAN!” Kids across America even got caught up
You can practically feel the cold, biting, unforgiving winter air coming off the screen as Inside Llewyn Davis, the new and exquisite film from the Coen Brothers, unfolds. Set against the backdrop of the Greenwich Village folk scene in the early ‘60s, the film follows