Gorge R.R. Martin at ComicCon

When you begin telling a story, you sign a social contract with the people listening.

Edith + Eddie

She views her transition from journalism to documentary filmmaking as a “natural progression and extension,” a chance to use the same tools but with a “broader palette.”

Diane Kruger in "Into the Fade"

Despite its modern re-packaging, however, the story ultimately remains just as trite as ever, and the film stumbles through its runtime as it struggles to decide if it has anything of substance to say.

"Early Man"

After an inspired first act, the humor steadily spirals into clumsy pratfalls and dragged-out unfunny gags.

Chadwick Bosman in "Black Panther"

“Black Panther” is a revolutionary, important and dynamic film that showcases a diverse ensemble cast of powerful Black actors and builds a world where African people have the technology and agency to determine world order.


1) If you’re in love with your best friend... 


Tarantino’s love affair with the Hollywood culture of the Miramax/Weinstein company era shouldn’t come as a surprise.


Every good romantic comedy has a solid emotional core at its heart. “When We First Met” completely fails in this regard.


Viewers finish the trailer with a gist of what the film is about –– a creepy family dealing with some less-than-ideal common behaviors –– but don’t have quite enough information to figure out how the film will play out.


But that leaves “The Florida Project” with a total of one nomination, the same amount of nominations as “Boss Baby.”