Ideally, the title of this movie should actually be “The Urban Legend of Thomson” rather than "The Legend of Barney Thomson." While it is a very macabre comedy, it does fall into the category of those sort of true horror stories that are shared among friends and neighbors.
After just a few minutes of Embrace of the Serpent, Ciro Guerra introduces you to three of the four main characters, as well as introducing them to each other. The film is beautifully shot in black and white images of the Amazonian jungle
Luckily The Witch, a new indie horror movie, has enough to make you believe scary horror movies still exist.
There are times when a piece of cinema touches us on an incredibly personal level and becomes something almost real to us. This time, the movie that does that is “Glassland,” the latest movie by Gerard Barrett.
Ryan Reynolds “Deadpool” movie aims to showcase one of the weirdest characters in comic books to a brand new audience, while also showing just how much variety there can be in the world of comic book movies.
Spike Lee takes us back to that song when we first heard it with Michael Jackson's Journey from Motown to Off the Wall. This movie is Spike Lee’s bid to reclaim th legacy of Michael Jackson which in later years, was tarnished by the tabloids in an unfair way.
Having an established name and reputation as a filmmaker in Hollywood can truly be a great gift or a curse. In the case of Tarantino’s latest film The Hateful Eight, I think it was both.
If you are looking for a movie that you can get into and draw your own conclusions after everything is said and done, Concussion is the one for you. Not only is it some of Will Smith’s best work, but it also shines a bright light on an issue that big for-profit entities would never want you to know the truth about.
This holiday season, and every holiday season for that matter, we are hit with a lot of feel-good movies. The end of year is one of the best times for films because it seems like studios wait until then to give us the dramatic Oscar contenders.
For some moviemakers, there comes a point in their careers where people blindly follow and support whatever it is that they make. The Hateful Eight is proof that people have drunk the Quentin Tarantino Kool-Aid and happily hail him as a “can’t miss” filmmaker.