Pixar did its homework and I am blown away by what it has achieved.
As bad as The Room may be, there’s a real reverence in The Disaster Artist that makes it seem it’s one of the greatest projects to ever grace cinema.
Idris Elba seems to be popping up a lot in my reviews lately. I swear, I didn’t even know he was in this. I declare: one Elba review a week!
In honor of The Shape of Water, John and Kelly gush over what makes Guillermo Del Toro one of their favorite directors!
The only thing that’s more outstanding than the fighting scenes are the lead-up shots to said-fighting scenes.
Wood gives haunting and poised performance, impressive for an actor of any age.
Celebrate this holiday with a review about a classic family get together- Get Out!
For me, this film feels like the generic brand of cereal you find at the supermarket. . .
It works as a standalone, but as the third part of a franchise, it feels like a huge letdown.
The whole experience is entertaining with some incredible tricks, use of camera work, and lovely cinematography.