Box Office Report For June 21-23                Review Round-Up: "The Command" and "Nightmare Cinema"                The Top 25 Best Adapted Screenplay Winners To Date                "Child's Play" Remakes Chucky For The Digital Age                Ranking Every Pixar Film To Date                The Top 25 Best Foreign Language Feature Winners To Date                Pixar Has Done It Again With "Toy Story 4"                Box Office Report For June 14-16                "Deep Murder" Mixes Comedy And Horror With Soft Core Porn                Updated Oscar Predictions For June                Disney Defrosts A New Trailer For "Frozen II"                "Men In Black International" Can't Escape A Generic Feel                The Top 25 Best Production Design Winners To Date                "Vault" Details A Very Unlikely Crime                Box Office Report For June 7-9        

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Disney Defrosts A New Trailer For “Frozen II”

Ready for more adventures and music from Disney? Still want to build a snow man? Hundreds of millions of dollars sure hope you do. Clearly, we’re talking about a Frozen sequel, which is coming later on in 2019. Frozen II, the hotly (no pun intended) follow up, is poised to[...]

“Men In Black International” Can’t Escape A Generic Feel

Going international is not a good look for the Men in Black franchise. After a trilogy focused on Will Smith’s character, the series moves on with Men in Black: International, a sequel functioning also as a bit of a reboot as well. Taking a page from the Marvel Cinematic Universe,[...]

The Top 25 Best Production Design Winners To Date

Folks, here we go again. It’s time for another Top 25. Today, I’ll be knocking off another one of the technical categories, with this one being the always elaborate Best Production Design field. The category is usually a feast for the eyes, but there’s plenty more to it than that.[...]

“Vault” Details A Very Unlikely Crime

When you think of high profile bank robberies, you don’t normally think of Rhode Island. The tiny state (actually the smallest one in the Union, if you want a bit of geographical trivia) isn’t a hallmark for cinematic settings, but Vault is the exception to that rule. This film, opening[...]

Box Office Report For June 7-9

Welcome back to the weekly box office report! Each and every Sunday, you can expect a look at what made the most money in theaters, as well as just how all of the new releases fared. This week, a pair of new releases entered the marketplace, led by a pair[...]

Olivia Cooke Does Her Best To Rise Above “Katie Says Goodbye”

Having premiered at the Toronto International Film Festival way back in 2016, it has been a long road for Katie Says Goodbye. The movie spent part of 2016 and almost all of 2017 on the festival circuit, before opening internationally last year in certain places. Now, here in 2019, it[...]

“Late Night” Is A Crowd Pleasing Comedy From Mindy Kaling

Back at the Sundance Film Festival earlier this year, one of the more commercially viable movies to screen was Late Night, a comedy penned by and co-starring Mindy Kaling. Those thoughts were not misguided either, as strong reviews preceded Amazon Studios stepping up with a big film acquisition. Now, it’s[...]

Trailer Drops For Space Drama “Ad Astra”

Yesterday morning, a long awaited Trailer was released for Ad Astra, a movie that cinephiles have been very much anticipating. Science Fiction has been starting to get its due and respect from the Academy in recent years, so the thought of an art film director tackling this genre, on a[...]

“The Secret Life Of Pets 2” Shortchanges Our Furry Friends

There’s an unfortunate imbalance to be found within The Secret Life of Pets 2. Last time, the ingenious concept of what our animal companions do when we’re not around was done to decent effect, creating an animal take on the Toy Story plot. Nothing on the level of Pixar, but[...]

Seth Green Makes A Promising Filmmaking Debut With “Changeland”

It’s always nice to see an actor showcase their writing and directing chops. Moreover, when the work they turn in the first time out is unlike anything they’ve done before, that’s all the more exciting. In the case of Seth Green, his broad comedy background would lead you to assume[...]
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