The Post, directed by Steven Spielberg, is an entertaining celebration of journalism based on a true tale. But truth be told, modern mainstream media is certainly unlike what is portrayed in the film.
Despite an uneven third act, Molly's Game is an exquisitely written, insightful, and superbly acted cautionary tale based on title character's memoir of the same name.
Superbly written, relevant, and fueled by powerhouse performances from its talented cast, Three Billboards easily ranks in the top tier of 2017's best. I believe multiple Oscars are in order!
With a profound script, a heartfelt message, well defined characters, and vigorously stunning visuals, Coco is the reason why Pixar dominates in animation. I do believe some Oscar nods are in order.
Messy, rushed, thinly plotted, tonally inconsistent, and vigorously unsatisfying, Justice League is another cinematic DC disappointment. No justice for these legendary luminaries here, only injustice.
Thor: Ragnarok is the third and strongest Thor entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. The comedic approach by director Taika Waititi is refreshing, but it mollifies the film's emotional credence.
7 years have elapsed since the supposed "final chapter" in the Saw saga hit movie theaters and yet we are still presented with a product deficient in creativity, passion, and mere entertainment value.
Failing to do anything with its fascinating premise and subsequently devolving into an achingly generic horror flick, Flatliners is a flat-out waste of time. Not even worth a watch on Netflix.
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.
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.