Visually spellbinding, cohesive, deeply layered, emotionally resonant, and masterfully acted, Blade Runner 2049 could very well be the greatest sequel in the history of cinema. Go see it immediately!
A funny, entertaining, relevant, well acted, but glib film loosely based on the exploits of TWA pilot turned gunrunner and drug smuggler, Barry Seal. It's like a cocaine rush absent a future craving.
Messy, overstuffed, and inconsistently entertaining, "Kingsman: The Golden Circle" is a botched attempt at going bigger and bolder. An immensely disappointing sequel to a good predecessor.
"It" is the first live-action adaptation of the eponymous iconic Stephen King novel in 27 years. An emotionally and comically resonant film that's more about the journey rather than the destination.
The Circle starring Emma Watson and Tom Hanks is the ideal example of wasted potential. Good performances and interesting ideas marred by a clumsy script and unsympathetic characters. I say skip this.
An unusual type of film for Christopher Nolan as his films are epic in length and driven by dialogue. Using body language and shots to do the storytelling, Nolan demonstrates impressive versatility.
A review of 'Wind River', directed by Taylor Sheridan.