Does the world really need a Batman-themed LEGO spin-off? He was a popular character in the original movie, but is there enough material to make a proper, stand-alone film?
It’s understandable that with so many movies out there it’s easy for some to fall through the cracks and for the most part there isn’t much harm done when they do.
If you’re struggling to find the best of the best, look no further than this list of movies that soar above the rest.
Directed by Ramin Bahrani, 99 Homes takes place during the 2008 housing crisis and follows Andrew Garfield’s character “Dennis Nash,” an out-of-work handyman who gets evicted from his home by real estate operator “Rick Carver,” played by Michael Shannon.
If time and your attention span permits though, there are many films that are well worth the extra brainpower, and can provide a nice palette cleanser to whatever Hollywood can offer.
Thanks to a 2015 documentary about her life that was met with critical acclaim, viewers saw a different side of the troubled singer, one that helped fans understand the struggle her so called “easy life” had become.
Sometimes, movies start off with the best intentions but somewhere along the way go horribly – and hilariously – wrong. Here are five prime examples.
After some creative turnover, including replacing JJ Abrams as director and Roberto Orci as writer, the prospect of another Trek film looked bleak, especially when the film was delayed and the first trailer didn’t inspire much confidence.
With his latest film, Anomalisa, Kaufman presents an incredibly realistic portrayal about the banality of life, with the twist that all his characters are puppets.
Even with all the technology and means to travel nowadays, most people still can get stuck living in their little bubble, unaware of ways of life outside their immediate vicinity. It’s bad enough inside our own country, where someone growing up in California can have a vastly different education, viewpoint or life experience than someone…
Those expecting a true musical may be a little disappointed, but anyone looking for a love letter to the artists that continue to try is in for a treat.
In today’s world where almost every studio movie is connected to some kind of extended universe, it’s only natural that one would long for the days when film franchises were simpler. A time when there were no multi-verses, spinoffs or reboots, just a popular film getting a sequel or two.
Marvel’s latest effort, Dr. Strange, while sticking to the formula, is still able to give audiences something a little different.
Here’s a look at some of the best movies to watch to get into the Halloween spirit.
“The Nice Guys” is well worth a look from fans and casual viewers alike.
With the arrival of Fall comes the inevitable “Netflix” period. It’s what happens when money’s tight and deadlines are approaching.
Are you looking for something that will distract you from thoughts of homework, auditions or exams? Watch some of the best film trilogies.
They Came Together may not change the way you look at romantic comedies, but it will at least give you a sense of appreciation when you watch a good one.
The film tries to do too much and ends up with a middling movie that doesn’t quite know what its message is.
This film gives audiences a fresh, filthy and most of all funny new spin on superhero movies.
It’s no surprise that the hype for Star Wars VII: The Force Awakens was massive. To everyone’s relief, the film seems to be doing just fine.
Mississippi Grind lets you observe the highs and lows of the addiction, but, in the end, the film itself does not stand out in any special way.
Whether it’s your cup of tea or not, Bone Tomahawk will surprise you.
The Hateful Eight is a frustrating film, but one worthy of your time.
A movie like Major League goes beyond the traditional baseball story and delves into these little intricacies gives fans of the genre a little breath of fresh air, and makes you wonder why more sport films don’t follow its example.
For anyone who needs a reminder of how easy this generation has it, look no further than The Revenant.