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SXSW Unveils Jordan Peele’s “Us” To Raves

Last night, over at the South by Southwest Film Festival, Jordan Peele’s latest movie Us had its first screening. SXSW represents the launching pad for this late March release, which hopes to be as big a critical, cultural, and financial smash as Peele’s debut Get Out turned out to be.[...]

First Reactions To “Shazam!” Suggests A Triumph For DC

It’s a good time for superhero films. Captain Marvel is in theaters now, killing it at the box office. Aquaman is currently finishing up its blockbuster theatrical run. In just about a month both Avengers: Endgame and Shazam! will be coming out. A few days ago, Shazam! debuted a brand[...]

An Updated Ranking Of The Marvel Cinematic Universe In Early 2019

Captain Marvel is now in theaters. I raved about it back earlier in the week, but on the occasion of the newest Marvel Cinematic Universe release, why not update my ranking of all of the films in the MCU? Now 21 movies deep, with a 22nd due in just over[...]

SXSW Looks To Launch A Number Of Interesting Films

There’s always a new festival to get excited about. Less than two months removed from the Sundance Film Festival, with another two months or so to go until the Cannes Film Festival, you’d be forgiven for assuming nothing was brewing. You’d be wrong, though. This week, the 2019 South by[...]

“The Kid” Is A Well Made Yet Unexceptional Western

There are generally two types of Westerns that a filmmaker can craft these days. One way to make them is to try and pay homage to the classics and attempt to capture that feel. It’s old fashioned, but it can often work. The other way is to try and re-invent[...]

Trailer Drops For Sundance Comedy “Late Night”

Earlier today, a Trailer was released for the upcoming comedy Late Night, which was one of the hot ticket items a few months ago at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival. The fest always sees bidding wars for anything that has a whiff of being mainstream, so this was no exception.[...]

The Top 25 Best Cinematography Winners To Date

Welcome back to another recurring series of mine. Which one is this? Well, the title of the piece is kind of self explanatory. But I’ll reiterate what I’ve previously said before: for this weekly series I’m going to be doing surrounds the top 25 Oscar winners in just about all[...]

Lineup For This Year’s Tribeca Film Festival Includes Christoph Waltz’s Directorial Debut

Yesterday, the Tribeca Film Festival announced its lineup for 2019. Each year, the fest offers up a number of interesting movie options, some of which have even gone on to crack my year end top ten lists. Last year, for example, All About Nina remained one of my top five[...]

“Captain Marvel” Is Out Of This World, With An Inspirational Brie Larson

For all of the ways that Marvel and specifically their Marvel Cinematic Universe have led the way with superhero filmmaking, they’ve fallen short with diversity and representation. That goes for both in front of and behind the camera. That began to change last year with Black Panther and continues this[...]

Spotlight on the Stars: Brie Larson

Today, we’re returning to the Spotlight on the Stars series. As a bonus, it ties in to the release this week of Captain Marvel, which we’ll be posting a few different articles in relation to. First up, however, is a look at the star of that blockbuster. We’re talking about[...]
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