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.
While he always seems to have something big on the go, A-list actor Matt Damon’s big hit in 2015 was undoubtedly The Martian.
It is no secret that Hollywood often looks to the past for inspiration for new movies. And although the financial crisis of 2007-2008 isn’t too far back in history, apparently it is long enough for Hollywood to justify turning the event into its latest cash cow.
Let me set the scene for my viewing of the new "Star Wars: The Force Awakens" flick. I watched the film at a theater that was two and a half hours away from my home as I had a road trip that gave me some time to kill.
Let me start off by saying that I had low expectations for Sisters. I mean, don’t get me wrong, Amy Poehler and Tina Fey are a hoot, but too many times in the past I had my hopes up for a film
If nothing else can be said about Alvin and the Chipmunks, this statement rings true- those chipmunks sure can sing! And dance too and we get some of that in the newest installment to the movie franchise. Alvin and the Chipmunks The Road Chip isn’t anything to write home about
The biggest movie on the planet in a long time (I honestly can’t think of one bigger) is everything that people wanted it to be. And you would think that because people wanted it to be great so badly