Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets | Movie Review

Luc Besson hasn't had a critically acclaimed film in several years.  His biggest hits, Leon: The Professional and The Fifth Element, were in the nineties.  I did like his writing for Taken, but not the sequels.  It was only a matter of time before that right project fell into his

It Comes At Night | Movie Review

It Comes At Night trailer

Apocalypse settings are a fun template for any film.  They can be because of anything.  Zombies, aliens, viral infections, solar flares, mist, or time travel has gone wrong.  What these type of stories offer the writer is a chance to take the world we know and give it a twisted reinterpretation.

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 | Movie Review

If Marvel Studios were to make one thing their grand achievement in filmmaking, it's creating a cinematic universe that has, so far, gone unmatched in it's cohesion, critical acclaim, and overall entertainment.  Warner Bros. is attempting to build off their Harry Potter brand with Fantastic Beasts; and Disney, which owns