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“A Ghost Story” represents the epitome of summer counter programming

Back in January at the Sundance Film Festival, one of the more anticipated titles to debut was David Lowery’s latest. It was the spooky sounding A Ghost Story, which reunited Casey Affleck and Rooney Mara with the filmmaker. Folks in Park City were surprised, and in many cases, delighted, to[...]

“Wonderstruck” from Todd Haynes is the Centerpiece of the 2017 New York Film Festival

Earlier today, the New York Film Festival teased us all with another announcement in regard to their 2017 slate. This follows on the heels a few weeks ago of picking Richard Linklater’s new movie Last Flag Flying as the Opening Night selection. The Centerpiece has now been selected by the[...]

Peter Parker swings into the MCU with “Spider-Man: Homecoming”

Last week, I got the chance to check out Marvel’s latest outing, the combined production with Sony that relaunched Spider-Man. Yes, I’m talking about Spider-Man: Homecoming. The film screened pretty early for critics, which is almost always a sign of quality, and that sure was the case here. With it[...]

The 81st Academy Awards: If I had been a voter

Happy Independence Day everyone! With the 4th of July being a holiday, today I’m doing something relaxing. About a year or two ago, I stopped a series I had been doing, but today it has officially returned. Yes, once again I’m going to be taking a look back at a[...]

“Dunkirk”: Movies to see in July

Now that we’ve entered the second half of the year, the films will start to take two very distinct shapes. On one end of the spectrum will be the summer blockbusters, while on the other will be the smaller movies that are potentially looking to pick up some awards buzz.[...]

The Best of the First Half of 2017

As I write every year around this point, time just flies, doesn’t it? We’re now about to hit July and officially enter into the second half of the year. That of course means one thing…it’s time for my mid year look at the best of the first half! As of[...]

“Spider-Man: Homecoming” is an instant superhero classic

Marvel really can’t seem to do any wrong these days. They just have a feel for how to make some of the best blockbusters in the business. That trend will continue in a big way next month with the release of Spider-Man: Homecoming, a team up between Marvel and Sony.[...]

Edgar Wright takes a detour with “Baby Driver”

You know an Edgar Wright film when you see one. From his signature directorial style to his pop culture heavy writing, he does something truly unique. It’s not a stretch to say that there’s no one else in the industry quite like him. This week, Wright unleashes Baby Driver, which[...]

Trailer for “Stronger” suggests a Jake Gyllenhaal powerhouse performance

Last week, we got a Trailer for filmmaker David Gordon Green’s next movie, the Boston Marathon related biopic Stronger. It seems like a big time showcase for Jake Gyllenhaal and could be tailor made to score him some Oscar attention. The film is coming a year after Patriots Day did[...]

“War for the Planet of the Apes” is a high point for the franchise

It’s always a good sign when a studio lifts an embargo for a giant blockbuster weeks in advance. That’s happening twice this week, in fact. In a few days, I’ll be able to talk about Spider-Man: Homecoming early, but today, the embargo has lifted on something else. Yes, it’s War[...]
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