Little is not a new idea. It’s a story that has been told countless times over and in countless different ways. In some ways, Big, starring Tom Hanks, is a variation of Little.
In this era of superhero movies dominating the box office, Hellboy gives us a gritty, gorefest standout amongst the clutter of spandex. But the over reliance on the gore for shock value's sake knocks the movie off course and relegates the movie to the campiness reminiscent of Van Helsing and Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters.
The Chaperone is entertaining and fairly relatable, but it doesn’t offer anything that will stick with you once you’ve left the theater.
Day 3 of Cinemacon 2019 begins with a presentation by Universal Pictures. Last year's slate of films provided an even amount of hits and misses.
So, with hundreds of superhero offerings already available, is Shazam! (not to be mistaken with the horrible 1996 genie movie starring Shaquille O’Neal, Kazaam) worth the time?
The Netflix adaptation of The Umbrella Academy was something I thought I was prepared for, but got blown completely away by in the end nonetheless.
The last day of CinemaCon finishes up their presentations with Lionsgate. Lionsgate had several hits last year, such as Uncle Drew, The Spy Who Dumped Me, and A Simple Favor.
Based on the graphic novels by Mike Mignola, Hellboy, caught between the worlds of the supernatural and human, battles an ancient sorceress bent on revenge.
Hotel Mumbai is based on the true events of 2008 when the city of Mumbai was held under siege by terrorists. The focal point of the film is the famous Taj hotel,
Us frequently rides the line of being truly scary but never really achieves the mark that it sets out for itself. It begins with nearly every scene featuring an insane amount of tension and a looming sense of dread...