The Reckoning is a frustrating misfire.
Wonder Woman 1984 is worthwhile mainly because its sense of hopeful uplift is genuine.
Gareth Edwards’ Godzilla hasn’t looked this incredible since it played in theaters.
Promising Young Woman received five Academy Award nominations: Best Picture, Best Director, Best Actress, Best Original Screenplay and Best Editing. I think it deserves every single one of them.
Cameron Crowe’s Elizabethtown has only gotten better with age, and I’m starting to think if it might actually be one of the writer-director stronger motion pictures.
“Nobody got cold feet about doing something super crazy, because you can’t go into something like this fearful.”
– Mike P. Nelson
Douglas Trumball’s Silent Running is a flawed classic, but that still makes it a classic.
The Dark and the Wicked isn’t a piece of light and fluffy horror entertainment. There are no rainbows here, Bryan Bertino’s latest more than living up to its title as being both agonizingly dark and paralyzingly wicked.
Collateral has held up brilliantly. A great film at the time of its release, Michael Mann’s seductively unsettling crime thriller has to my mind emerged as one of the the 21st century’s best pieces of pop entertainment.