In the movie world, two decades means any number of excellent - and disastrous films - get released to the public.
Chris Evans proves he’s more than a Marvel marvel in Gifted, a somewhat emotionally manipulative, but utterly heartwarming film.
It’s been scientifically proven that opposites attract, and that’s exactly what happens in This Is Not What I Expected, when one pernickety, perfectionist tycoon meets a free-spirited, flamboyant sous chef.
This year marks the 40th anniversary of the world’s best loved space opera. Here is one odd factoid for each of those years in that galaxy far, far away.
In less than three years, Chris Pratt has gone from underdog to full-fledged movie star, with perfectly timed leading roles in three of Hollywood’s most promising franchises,Guardians of the Galaxy, Jurassic World, and The Lego Movie.
Summer blockbuster season used to mean something. But in a time where the mega-movie business is year-round, that special season of moviegoing no longer means the same thing.
For so many reasons, Going in Style shouldn’t be a hit. It’s about three old men – riddled with gout, arthritis, and kidney failure – who, after losing their pensions, decide to rob the bank that’s messed up their lives.
Not being able to remember some things or anything is always a great foundation for a movie, because it provides plenty of space for twists and turns. Here are some of the best out there.
Based on the true-life experiences of journalist Susannah Cahalan, Brain on Fire is the story of a woman who is slowly losing her mind to a disease.
From the very first scene, GotG 2 shows that it’s not your run-of-the-mill superhero film.
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