Borg vs. McEnroe builds drama well on a personal level and gets pretty deep.
One theme of The Big Chill is that good people do bad things and then try to rationalize them. That very much sums up what this film may be all about in the end.
Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas is filled with self-importance without self-reflection.
We watch There Will Be Blood for the promise of what’s in store, when ultimately we don’t get anything redeeming at all.
Let’s be real, whether your sick or not, it’s likely you’re stuck at home for the next few weeks under quarantine from coronavirus.
I’m not usually a fan of movies that depict sex as an end-all-be-all, but Hot Moves redeems itself once or twice.
At first glance, Ghost of Dragstrip Hollow may not seem to be as bad as the likes of Plan 9 From Outer Space or The Horror of Party Beach, but upon delving into the details, this movie is pretty pathetic.
The nearly dystopian atmosphere cultivated within American Beauty attempts to juxtapose the true beauty in the world.
While the humor in Despicable Me 3 may not live up to the first two films, the story is just as impressive, giving us a solid addition to the franchise.
Zapped! is initially entertaining due to its intriguing premise, but once that gets lost, we’re no longer curious about what’s going to happen, only frustrated that we get robbed of the payoff.