Few films from the past few years have given me as much continuous pleasure as Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris.
Where the Crawdads Sing is an old-school Southern melodrama told in big, broad brushstrokes. It wears its emotional machinations proudly on its sleeve.
Thor: Love and Thunder is my least favorite film in the MCU.
Edge of Tomorrow has held up magnificently over the past eight years. If anything, it’s only gotten better.
See for Me is a very entertaining little thriller, one that’s happily easy to rewatch. I may have even enjoyed it more the second time around, which is something of a surprise.
Most importantly, kids are going to love The Rise of Gru, and while that’s not surprising, that their parents might find themselves giggling right along with their youngsters somewhat is.
Breakdown: 25 years of full-throttle thrills, chills, and characters worth road-tripping into danger with
“A Buzz story would allow me to do a sci-fi movie in the tone that I was interested in. It would be different than a Toy Story. It would be more of a straightforward, hard sci-fi movie punctuated with character and comedy.”
– Angus MacLane
The Black Phone is a perfect example of how to tell a simple, somewhat familiar story with flair, intelligence, and style.