With the recent push for diversity in Hollywood, we've seen more and more films representing people of color and varying genders. Some of those films have gone under the radar, such as last year's Blindspotting. The Last Black Man in San Francisco offers similar thematics to Blindspotting, while widening the diversity options even further.
5B is a documentary about the early days of the AIDS epidemic in San Francisco. It covers a period from 1983 to 2003, when ward 5B in the San Francisco General Hospital was one of the first medical facilities dedicated to AIDS. The film features interviews with various hospital staff, AIDS survivors, and relatives of people who contracted the disease.
A new trailer was revealed this morning for Walt Disney Animation Studios’ “Frozen 2,” offering a glimpse at the dramatic journey Elsa and Anna take into the unknown.
We got to chat about 'Ripley's Believe It or Not!' with Sabrina Sieck, the creative content manager of Ripley Entertainment at this year's MegaCon. The series returns today on the Travel Channel hosted by the legendary Bruce Campbell.
Dark Phoenix is nowhere near the quality of First Class and Days of Future Past, but it’s not terrible. It’s just feels dated and lacks any kind of personality for these characters.
Netflix is joining forces with Joe and Anthony Russo, Wizards of The Coast, and Hasbro’s Allspark Animation to bring the worldwide phenomenon of Magic: The Gathering to the screen for the first time in the iconic franchise’s 25-year history with an animated series Magic: The Gathering.
If you are looking for a straightforward story about Elton John's life, you won't find it here. What you will find with Rocketman is a therapy session that you can dance to.
The new film gets the important stuff right, but falls a bit short in certain aspects. Let’s take a complete look in our review of Godzilla: King of the Monsters.
Since I can remember, the 1992 Disney version of Aladdin has always been my favorite animated feature film. As a kid I fell in love with the intriguing story, the over-the-top characters, and the incredibly memorable songs.
Almost everything about Booksmart is phenomenal, and whether you liken it to a John Hughes film or one of Seth Rogen’s early works, it’s a coming of age, high school R-rated comedy that will have you rolling in your seat for the entire hour and 42 minute run time.