Thirty-Five years after premiering, the often-imitated-never duplicated (Rambo) First Blood offers a surprising amount of depth for a so-called "action" movie...
Joyless, boring, and focused on all the wrong things, Assassins Creed did everything wrong and ruined the potential for what could have been a good film franchise.
Rogue One retains the same sense of action and adventure that makes the mainline Star Wars films so great, while also adding to the mythos in all the right ways.
Godzilla is back with a film that is one part "monster movie" and two parts spoof on the ineffectiveness of modern governments.
Ben-Hur is a remake no one needed, asked for, cared about, or bothered to see. Hollywood today believes that "new spins on old classics" is what people want. Nope.
Star Trek is back on the big screen with a movie that promises to take fans back to what they loved about the Original Series. Did they succeed? Let's discuss it (no spoilers)
After 20 years the aliens are back, heroes are summoned, cheesy one-liners are delivered and stupid fun is had. Independence Day: Resurgence isn't the original, but it's not half-bad either.
The second Nickelodeon Turtles' movie is here and it not only corrected everything I hated about the first, it's also among the best examples of "fan service" ever put to film.
Hardcore Henry is like watching someone play a SEGA-CD first person shooter game on a (really) big screen. Does that sound appealing to you? Let's talk it out.
Spectre is a very good Bond film, but not a very great one. Come inside and let's talk it out.
Your spoilerific look at the latest in the Dinosaur franchise. It's not so much a Jurassic Park movie as it is a movie about the Jurassic Park movies...