Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer is the type of old-school, star-studded, epic historical biography Hollywood does not make anymore.
Joy. That’s what I felt while watching Every Body. Joy.
Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning Part One is absolutely a mixed bag of tricks. The high points are stratospheric, but the low ones are frequently head-scratching.
Joy Ride is laugh-out-loud funny.
The man in the hat is finally allowed to walk into the sunset for good. Cue up the iconic John Williams theme.
Ruby Gillman, Teenage Kraken was not made for me. At least, not the “me” of today. If I were seven or eight years old, I’m sure this colorfully obnoxious adventure would have thrilled me senseless.
Lawrence utilizes her lithe physicality to magnificent effect, and she can bend a tongue-twisting turn of phrase sideways before flipping it completely upside down with carnivorously jovial enthusiasm.
As slight as it is, I found Elemental to be adorable.
The Flash is aggressively okay.