You Were Never Really Here is a film that hits hard and lasts long. Lynne Ramsey’s assured yet spontaneous direction is a perfect outlet for an unforgettable performance by Joaquin Phoenix in a movie that doesn’t shy away from darkness.
Rampage is your run of the mill action flick starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Tune in for some monkeying around where we took a less serious approach than usual.
Isle of Dogs, it’s the island of misfit toys if it were set in a cat-centric, totalitarian Japan.
In his directorial debut A Quiet Place, John Krasinski delivers a solid horror film with an original idea delivering thrill after thrill in a film full of heart.
In a sequel to the moderately successful Pacific Rim, Uprising mostly misses the mark, aside from some goofy entertainment and comedic relief at the behest of Charlie Day.
The film adaptation of the mega-successful novel centering on 80s nostalgia comes to the big screen from none other than Steven Spielberg. Filled with action and lots of popcorn entertainment, Ready Player One is a solid time at the movies.
One of the more successful video game adaptations, Tomb Raider, rides the line of revamping a well known series and taking notes from the all time greatest ancient artifact retrieval series.
In his debut film, writer-director Cory Finley creates a tense, dialogue-driven story, anchored by terrific performances by Olivia Cooke and Anya Taylor-Joy, and the final performance of Anton Yelchin.
Netflix’s new original movie Mute is a sci-fi romp borrowing, not always successfully, from greater films in the canon, to the likes of Blade Runner and more. It’s entertaining though, and worth a watch for fans of Duncan Jones.
This week we dive deep into the shimmer and discuss what exactly is threatening to annihilate us all.