Melissa McCarthy (“Spy”) is hilarious, but sadly, most of her movies aren’t. In “The Boss,” she once again stars as an over-the-top character on a journey filled with poor humor and no purpose.
One: Film is everything around us, all-encompassing and reflective. Two: Our opinions are the most and least important part.
The film has been billed as a “spiritual sequel” to Linklater’s 1993 cult classic “Dazed and Confused,” but there wasn’t any pressure for “Everybody Wants Some!!” to live up to its big brother.
The movie is entertaining but when a film takes on so much, we expect so much more than what “Remember” gives us.
“Cart” not only brings awareness to unfair practices targeting vulnerable demographics in real life, but also manages to keep you engaged with well-paced setbacks and advancements that never feel derived.
“The Huntsman: Winter’s War” fails to offer anything new to the fairytale genre.
Many narratives in popular film concern the upper class, but this one in particular has an elitist exclusivity inherent to its central struggle.
Jude constructs his shots carefully, establishing the mountainous background as if it, too, were one of our main characters.
Who would have thought that there could be an entire movie based around bathing culture?
The film inspired so many questions in me. It made me want to learn about the artists that Guggenheim loved and was loved by.