After the initial eeriness of the premise wears itself out, there’s no tension at all, just scene after scene of jump scares and Mary worrying about jump scares.

It’s going to become more and more important (and it’s already pretty damn important) to read books, watch movies and listen to music created by people that are not like me.


Since movies are a mirror reflection of society, it means we as viewers have an underlying mindset that enables this type of cinematic ethnocentrism.


I could point to any one shot and call it equally the most heartbreaking or the most uplifting moment in the film.

“The Lobster”

There is no excuse for talking during a movie. If you’re guilty of doing this, stop ruining 90 minutes of other people’s lives and reevaluate your own.

“Certain Women”

Maybe it’s just Montana in the quiet winter.


It isn’t the kind of movie where the evil aliens are outwitted at the last possible second by a Goldblum-led crew of plucky humans. It’s a movie defined by what it says rather than what it does.


‘Doctor Strange’ is the least effective Marvel Studios film since 2013’s ‘Thor: The Dark World.’

Tuesday’s election results were unnerving, terrifying and revealing. But they weren’t particularly shocking.

“Stop Making Sense”

Part of being human is learning to accept the fact that we get bored, even at concerts. But ‘Stop Making Sense’ never gets boring.