Oliver Stone's 2012 film is an exploration of human nature and its primal instincts, in the midst of the crisis that two best friends face when their girlfriend is kidnapped by a Mexican cartel.
Here's to you Mrs. Robinson...The Graduate, adapted from the book by Charles Webb, introduces us to the seductive Mrs. Robinson. What is the draw of this fictitious character? Is she the bored alcoholic or the symbol of female independence? Then,Forty years later a real Mrs. Robinson lives in...
Call the FBI because Seth Tomko reviews Michael Mann's Public Enemies.
The Grissoms are a family of violent crooks in 1930s America. When their paths cross that of young heiress Barbara Blandish, the gang abduct her and hold her to ransom and then kill her. But psychotic Slim Grissom begins to fall in love with her ...
Make sure your computer is Y2K ready because Seth Tomko reviewed A Walk Among the Tombstones.
In an attempt to appeal to casual viewers, Netflix's Death Note forsakes the core qualities of the series causing it to become an awful adaptation.
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The 2001 heist film features the talent of three legendary actors, but little to no flair from any of them.
Baby Driver is an enjoyable, action-packed crime film featuring magnificent driving and stunts. The director's focus on music and heists easily carries it over the finish line and away from the cops.