We’ve learned that writer/director Adam McKay has a knack for presenting dry topics in a non-confusing way and making them enjoyable.
I like to think the idea for Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse was sparked by Marvel creatives sitting around a room discussing how their movies have become somewhat repetitive and formulaic. But then I also wonder what took them so long to notice.
1968’s Night of the Living Dead didn’t just write the rules for zombie films, but for zombies as the world knows them in popular culture today.
Beetlejuice is Keaton’s most fitting and most famous role. Any other attempt to be outlandish or quirky since then has just seemed like he’s trying to channel what he did for this movie.
Maybe one day I’ll reconsider my stance on anthology films, but as of right now, this is probably the only one I’ve found worth sitting through.
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The best part about the Ant-Man story is that it stands apart so well from the rest of the Avengers … More
Often times, the hero of an action movie is broodingly void of any human emotion. Too cool to laugh or … More
I’m not sure I’ve ever seen a film that so beautifully depicts the great American road while also showing it’s … More
Rachel McAdams is a really good actress, but she’s never been in straight-up comedies. In fact, if you think about … More