If you’ve ever walked out of a theater or pressed “stop” at the end of a movie about the fictional kind, you’ll likely understand why I had to make this list.
Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald is now at the Box and On Demand — what more reason do you need to throw a party? And what’s better than a party revolving around magic and wizards?
Turning your movie night into a themed Fantastic Beasts bash
Do you know what they all have in common besides people punching each other for sport? Awards. They’re like awards magnets, I tell you.
While it’s impossible to escape the hype for any new Marvel
movie, the marketing for Captain Marvel is at a fever pitch.
From the Subway to the Post-Apocalyptic Surface, Metro: Last Light is turning the world on it’s head.
Sometimes you’re in the mood for a “normal” comedy, but sometimes you just need something straight-up silly.
Sean Anders spoke with Redbox about the importance of making a film that presents a complete picture of the foster care process.
Since my “Coming in February” post, we’ve survived the polar
vortex, wind chills of -50 here in Chicago, too many feet of snow to mention, and a broken furnace (OK maybe that last one only applies to my household). So … yeah. I am OVER winter already.
The Academy Awards® — or
the Oscars — were last night, and before the telecast even began,
everyone knew the evening was going to be an interesting one.
Far Cry: New Dawn pulls double duty, serving as both a sequel to last year’s Far Cry 5 and a brand new standalone adventure in Ubisoft’s sandbox series.
I’ll never tire of movies that shine a light on strange-but-true crimes I wouldn’t have known about otherwise. Here 4 that tell
exceptionally twisted tales, including one that is currently up for 3 Academy Awards.
In 2016, Jovan Adepo made his feature film debut opposite Denzel Washington in the Oscar-nominated Fences. He followed that up with a featured role in Darren Aronofsky’s totally bonkers mother! After ensemble roles in such acclaimed series as HBO’s The Leftovers, Facebook’s Sorry for Your Loss and Amazon’s Jack
Who among us hasn’t wanted to be famous? There’s a reason that
an actual Rock & Roll Fantasy Camp for adults has been in existence for
over two decades!
But if you can’t BE a famous musician, the next best thing
is watching a movie
I have been to hundreds of movie screenings over my decade-long career as a film critic for Redbox, and while my favorite movies certainly stand out in my memory, the screenings themselves usually do not.
Where to even begin when talking about a powerhouse actress like Viola Davis, who’s one of only 24 people ever — in the world — to achieve the Triple Crown of Acting? (That means she’s earned an Oscar, Emmy and a Tony!)
It is hard for me to think of another young actor whose breakthrough role earned him a Best Supporting Actor Oscar nomination — and who then continued to wow audiences in amazing performance after amazing performance in every movie he’s been in since.
While the rest of us are just trying to survive the depths of winter, over in Hollywood, there’s only one thing on everyone’s mind in
February: the Academy Awards®. The big night is February 24, so you’ve got just less than a month to catch up on any nominees
Sometimes when things here on Earth get too depressing or
overwhelming, it helps me to remember that we are but small, insignificant specks in the vastness of our galaxy. And what better way to get that perspective than to watch a movie about space?
We’ve finally arrived at the day Lady Gaga has been waiting for
for a long time: Academy Award® nomination day. Early this morning, Kumail Nanjiani and Tracee Ellis Ross revealed the movies, actors, actresses, directors, songwriters and others who are up for the golden statue
I should get this out of the way first: I’m an M. Night Shyamalan apologist. I’ve enjoyed all of his movies except that one with Mark Wahlberg about the trees — The Happening.
Movies and popcorn go together like … well, movies and popcorn. It’s really hard to imagine one without the other. And boy oh boy do we Americans love popcorn, to the tune of over 13 billion quarts consumed per year.
Over the last decade it might have seemed like the Young
Adult (YA) genre — both for books and movies — was exploding, but the reality
is that it’s always been huge.
I love it when a movie keeps its characters — and its audience — on their toes. Cat-and-mouse movies do just that by featuring the kind of suspenseful plots, protagonists and antagonists that guarantee almost unbearable tension and jaw-dropping twists.
Ah, the ‘90s. I have much love for the decade during which I graduated both high school and college. Which means I also have much love for movies that are set in the ‘90s. Here are 5 that’ll make you say “Dude … sweet.”
I write a lot about how you can participate in various
unofficial national “holidays,” and so I am majorly excited that we have come to one of my favorites: National Cuddle Up Day.
It occurs every January 6, and so we are especially lucky this year,
Several times a year I write about a crop of new movies that are based on true stories. Because as the saying goes, truth is stranger (and therefore more entertaining) than fiction. You can definitely expect another post like this in the new year, since several awards contenders depict
And now it is time for the speech I make every year: What I’m about to list out are my favorite movies. I’m not saying that these are the best movies of the year — these are simply the ones that affected me the most.
To quote a character from my all-time favorite TV show (LOST), “No one does it alone.” That’s probably why some of the most action-packed movies revolve around teams trying to accomplish a goal. Here are 4 with particularly memorable teams:
Karen Allen has played integral roles in some of the most
popular and cherished films of the last 40 years, including National Lampoon’s Animal House, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Starman and The Sandlot, which has become something of a touchstone film for
A journalist becomes the host of an alien symbiote and acquires superhuman abilities – alongside a malevolent and unpredictable alter-ego – while investigating the true nature of the secretive experiments conducted by the Life Foundation, a survivalist group led by an unethical genius.