I love teen driven films where I can imagine the lead being a student at my school and not being a narc. In “Love, Simon,” Nick Robinson definitely delivers.
Tom Holland is easily the best part about this movie. He’s the best blend of Peter Parker and Spider-Man (and, yes, that means better than Tobey Maguire).
Can “Moana” live up to so many expectations while still standing out in Disney’s vast library of animated classics, or will it ultimately drown in waves of disappointment?
With “Doctor Strange,” the filmmakers have brought another obscure Marvel comic book character to charismatic, riveting life.
The newest film from the DC Extended Universe, “Suicide Squad,” is out to prove what the first ever super villain team-up movie can offer! Now that the film is here, will it be the change to the franchise that fans have been waiting for?
Let’s start with the positives, because there are some. Probably the most obvious change is the gender reversal, which, for the most part, is handled well.
Not since James Cameron’s 2009 “Avatar” have visual effects been pushed to such groundbreaking levels of complexity and near perfection.
The sad news is that while “Dawn of Justice” has some good factors, it is also a huge mess of movie.
“Force Awakens” took me back to that galaxy far, far away, where the films in this series could invoke awe, emotion, imagination, and pure excitement by cleverly blending together what made the original series so memorable with new ideas in the way the film is directed, written, and shot while also adding in some outstanding new characters as well as the old ones we know and love.
If you enjoyed “The Fault in our Stars,” then you will undoubtedly love this movie. But, if you didn’t like “The Fault in our Stars,” there is still a good chance you will enjoy “Me, Earl and the Dying Girl.”