Central Intelligence is a buddy comedy with a lot of heart. It's got charming lead performances from both Dwayne Johnson and Kevin Hart, and the supporting cast play it straight to help balance the insanity that the two leads experience. The action sequences are fast paced and well-edited, but the comedy takes the front and center stage of this film, as the comedic bits serve as priority.
While the film never transcends traditional buddy comedy formula, the lead stars' performances…
Exit Through the Gift Shop tells the story of an artist and a hack. The artist and the hack switch roles throughout the film, culminating in a reversal of roles that needs to be seen to be believed. Other than the character dynamic, this documentary also has some cool depictions of graffiti and other forms of street art. I feel that the less is said about this film, the better, as it will surprise you more if you go into it blind. Just know that it's fascinating, hilarious, profane, shocking, and absurd, most times all at once.
Green Room is a masterpiece of violence and anger. Showing his innate potential as a thriller director with 2013's surprisingly poignant Blue Ruin, Jeremy Saulnier proves that he can manufacture a great film with well known actors and with a greater sense of identity this time around.
Good writers write what they know, and I can tell as a former metalhead kid in high school that Saulnier knows the punk/metal scene and the inherent beauty that may not necessarily be…
There are few words to describe The Cabin in the Woods other than the greatest of adjectives: phenomenal, innovative, and inspiring come to mind. This works not just as a horror movie, but as a comedy, drama, and even a philosophical expression of art. It also does this without offending or desecrating the legacy of any of these genres. This movie is a glorious combination of everything that there is to be loved about horror movies, and even more. It is an exceptional film, and the best horror movie I've ever seen.