I've logged almost every Curious George film, so I'm practically a certified cinephile right?
After the recent comments that the Russo Brothers have made about the “elitist” nature of movie theatres and that current criticisms of Marvel’s Phase 4 are juvenile, they have no right making a movie as bad as The Gray Man.
Perhaps “bad” isn’t the right word to describe The Gray Man. The movie is technically proficient, possesses some moderately engaging fight sequences with well executed choreography, competent cinematography (except for some of the most in your face and annoying drone…
Audiences: Why isn’t it possible (for you to make a good movie Taika)?
Taika Waititi: It’s just not.
Audiences: Why not, you stupid bastard?
[Spoilers for some minor plot details and jokes within the movie]
Whereas Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness, despite its abundant flaws, rekindled my love for the Marvel Cinematic Universe with its campy charm and striking Sam Raimi visuals, Thor: Love and Thunder has ostensibly killed it for good. Put simply, this was…
The Riddler is a glorified Twitch streaming niche internet micro celebrity in The Batman and I'm all for it.
Robert Pattinson (aka Robat Battinbat) is easily the best Batman put to screen and it’s not even close. He’s able to convey so much emotion through subtle glances, eye movements, and mouth twitches. Hell, even his footsteps can be attributed to this performance. He rarely ever says anything, but you always know what he’s thinking. This is a Batman with a…
It’s truly remarkable that Robert Eggers’ weakest feature film is still excellent. If he hadn’t proven it with both The VVitch and The Lighthouse, The Northman cements Eggers as one of the most competent, uncompromising, and meticulously calculated working directors of this current era of filmmaking.
While The Northman is heavily inspired by Shakespeare’s Hamlet (and to a lesser extent, MacBeth), and having read those plays will give you a general understanding of how this narrative will unfold, the film…