Hostiles is a hard, jarring look at the treatment and attitude towards Native Americans in the year 1892. It's far from the romanticized ideal we've grown up with.
If we took out all the explosions and action sequences, we’d still have a Shakespearean plot worth watching. For this alone, I rank Black Panther stand head and shoulders above its Marvel siblings. PS: I want Danai Gurira’s voice telling me “We are home” every time I walk through my front door.
HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY. WE LOVE YOU, CAP.
There’s something riveting and ultimately satisfying about watching an angry woman act out against a system that has failed her.
"Me Before You? Really? What a downer, Kelly." I AGREE.
While National Lampoon’s humor might not sit well with everyone, AFASG is a treasure trove of comedy nods in the vein of its brand. It’s- wait for it- an extremely touching gesture. BOOM. GET IT?
Bright tries really hard to thread the allegorical needle, but just ends up tripping over itself.
The non-skating scenes are the most impressive; the acting and performances are the reasons to see this film.
It’s an engaging movie, humorous with just enough dark undertones.
If I could mash-up elements of La La Land with The Last Five Years, I think I would have the perfect musical.