I’ve been thinking a lot recently about history. How stories are told and repeated. How people become figures and figures become idols.
“The Night Before” isn’t a flawless comedy film, and it never really shocks or challenges audience perceptions of what a Seth Rogen movie can be.
Although the novel failed to deliver the conclusion readers desired, “Mockingjay - Part 2” turns this rather subpar material into a powerful and impactful ending to the franchise.
Placing the goofy-looking characters within this realism makes the film relatable in a way that going completely one direction or the other wouldn’t.
Just consider this: “Creed” is so good that it took two writers to review it.
Somewhere between “Scream” and “Wet Hot American Summer,” we find “Final Girls,” an offbeat movie about horror movies.
“Brooklyn” is not just an immigrant narrative. It is the touching story of a young woman caught in a state of uncertainty — uncertainty in her family, career and relationships.
Like its subject, “Spotlight” unfolds gradually, creeping along ever closer to its conclusion
“The Divergent Series: Allegiant” is a terrible idea for a movie to begin with.
The world will kick him around, but he’ll just get back up — the breathing embodiment of that Chumbawumba song.