King Arthur: Legend Of The Sword is a CGI filled exercise in style over substance with a really bad script, horrendous editing, bad execution. and weak storytelling. Charlie Hunnam proves a capable lead, but definitely not enough to carry his own movie. It's decently entertaining in its first half, but the last 20 minutes it felt like I was watching someone else play a video game that wasn't fun to watch.
Salma Hayek gives a career best performance in her new topical, wildly relevant film for our times. The last 10 or so minutes is really strange, but with great performances all around, a well written script and assured direction, Beatriz At Dinner doesn't overstay its welcome.
"The moment you catch feelings is the moment you catch a bullet."
Baby Driver is the easily the coolest movie to come out in years. How I can explain what watching Baby Driver is like is to imagine you're speeding down the freeway blasting music in a car with no top, while you stand up in the car as the wind runs through your hair and across your face. Edgar Wright has created one of the most thrilling, kinetic, and…
American Honey is a raw, blazing look into the life of the American Dream. Not only does it have elements of that, it weaves elements of a coming of age film and a road trip movie all into the mix. It's a very unconventional mix of different genres, but wow, does it work. One of the best things about the film is it's buzzing and energetic soundtrack. It will stay in your head long after the film is over and…