It could be argued that 2017’s IT movie was lightning in a bottle, releasing at a time when the internet’s fascination with scary clowns was at an all-time high, while also capitalising […]
It’s possible that Leonardo DiCaprio is a victim of his own success. He’s a talented actor, of course, but after reaching such dizzying heights in past roles one can’t help […]
There are two reasonable expectations to have before going into Hobbs and Shaw: it’s going to be loud and it’s going to be dumb. Those aren’t necessarily bad things either, given […]
A review of Midsommar, the new movie from Hereditary director Ari Aster starring Florence Pugh and Will Poulter.
In this episode of Another Take, David and Lisa discuss the Disney Plus announcements, including the terrible-looking Lady and the Tramp remake. The new trailers for Star Wars Episode IX: The Rise of […]
As both the first female Avenger to lead a solo movie and the savior set to hit “undo” on the events of Infinity War, it’s difficult to overstate just how important Captain […]
Happy Death Day 2U must be given credit for how it meaningfully develops on the premise of its predecessor. Many slasher sequels settle for being an inferior rehash of the events […]
Barry Jenkins’ third feature-length directing effort is one-part harrowing crime drama and one-part sugar-coated romance. If those two genres don’t sound like a natural mix, that’s because they’re not. As […]
For all the crap that Netflix churns out on a weekly basis, Velvet Buzzsaw is a triumphant reminder that when the streaming service delivers, it really delivers. Writer-director Dan Gilroy reunites with […]
A critical review of M. Night Shyamalan’s ‘Glass’ starring James McAvoy, Samuel L Jackson, Bruce Willis and Saeah Paulson.
This retrospective on the Mission: Impossible film series starts with the fourth installment. A strange choice you may think, but Ghost Protocol is a far better representation of the franchise’s current form than any […]
Contains minor spoilers. No film franchise is viewed with quite as much sentiment as Star Wars, and the strong emotive power of the series is easy to get sucked into. I […]
The primary gimmick of A Quiet Place is, as the title suggests, that none of the characters can make noise lest they meet a nasty end in the jaws of […]
Liam Neeson has been busy over the last decade portraying a plethora of tough Irishmen each with a very similar set of skills which mostly involve punching people. The Commuter […]
The Cloverfield franchise has found success in the past with its small-scale accounts of an alien invasion, but sadly this attempt at launching into more ambitious sci-fi territory falls flat on […]