I’d hoped The Equalizer 2 would deliver on this theme, but it failed.
This could be Constance Wu’s breakout role. B
I don’t why I saw this movie but it sure was horrifying. D
Revisiting Transformers: The Movie 32 years after its release.
Blissing out on the streets. B-
Traversing dangerous terrain. A-
Spike Lee’s latest might be too ambitious. B
The Cold War is over, but Dr. Strangelove still salutes.
For such a remarkable story, this documentary feels padded at 96 minutes. B
A better buddy comedy love letter to Oakland. B+
A stupid and meaningless movie. D
The movie’s affection tempers its coarseness. B-
Hollywood is witless on class issues as a rule, but this is a standout example. C-
Time has stopped, for now.
On the other hand, we’re all going to hell.
To Herbert there’s really no such thing as progress.
The revolution will be laughed at.
Identifying with the monster in The Little Shop of Horrors.
Nostalgia, legend and history on UHF.
Torn between thinking Michael Bay’s Pain & Gain is the best movie about bodybuilding and one of the worst things I’ve ever watched.
The directorial debut from Boots Riley.
11 years before The Return, the cast of Twin Peaks talk about the show, its production, and its impact over time.