Jeremy Saulnier's BLUE RUIN, a devastatingly realistic revenge drama, is one of my favorite indie films of past recent memory, and to see him now make a film that exceeds that one is so damn exciting - I can't wait to see Saulnier does next, if these two films represent the dude's just burgeoning career (unfortunately, I haven't seen his first feature, MURDER PARTY, just yet, but that is definitely now a priority). GREEN ROOM is SO unrelentingly tense, and…
Keanu is a really good comedy that always feels just shy of being a GREAT comedy. It doesn't really feel as daring or seem to have the same satirical bite as Key & Peele's amazing Comedy Central series, and at times feels like it was purposely engineered to safely introduce the two to a larger, more mainstream audience. Which, you know, is fine, and it works - these two guys are just such a blast to watch together, and that is…
BvS is about two mopey assholes who decide to cosplay as two of the most iconic superheroes ever, despite having none of those characters' redeeming qualities, and then fight each other to the death just because they can.
Oh, I've just been told the characters in this are actually supposed to be THE Batman and Superman. Well...shit.
Alright, I kid Zack Snyder's latest, but really, why not? I'm a little late to this party, I know, and honestly…
"Pure cinema." It's the notion of focusing on the purest elements of cinema...motion, visual composition and rhythm.
You will not find a better expression of Pure Cinema in the action genre than Mad Max: Fury Road.
I loved every single beautiful, insane and exhilarating frame of this movie. This is the Mad Max series reborn in the most over-the-top, mythic fashion possible, delivering the biggest and best action sequences we have seen in years, while somehow also not forgetting to…