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Pixar’s “Soul” Is The Latest Film To Change Release Dates Due To Coronavirus

A June release date was always looking very optimistic for Pixar’s latest effort, the musical and spiritual Soul. It’s clear that Disney would love to be the first company to welcome audiences back into the movie theaters with open arms, but after they moved their Marvel Cinematic Universe offering Black[...]

“Endings, Beginnings” Is Another Emotional Showcase For Drake Doremus And A Terrific Shailene Woodley Vehicle

At this point, it’s easy to spot a Drake Doremus film when you see one. There are certain hallmarks that are clearly visible, over a half dozen works into his career. For some, his approach to storytelling doesn’t work. For others, it’s an emotional and often riveting way to invest[...]

Did “Trolls World Tour” Just Change The Way We’re Going To Be Watching New Release Movies?

This weekend may end up being an incredibly important one in the history of cinema. Why, you ask? Well, Trolls World Tour opted to skip a theatrical release entirely (as opposed to delaying and coming out later in the summer or the fall, once the Coronavirus pandemic subsided), debuting as[...]

The Top 25: Best Supporting Actor Winners

Happy Saturday to you all (even though time has lost all meaning, these days). In any event, it’s time for a little bit of weekend fun! Continuing on with this weekly series I’m doing for the site, we’re in the midst of talking the top 25 Oscar winners in just[...]

Updated Academy Award Predictions For April!

First of all, I hope everyone is staying safe. That’s the most important thing. By comparison, the Oscars are meaningless. However, I know there are plenty of people who look forward to advance predictions and their subsequent updates, so I don’t want to let anyone down. So, bellow you’ll see[...]

“The Lost Husband” Finds Too Many Cliches

Being “nice” can sometimes be a backhanded compliment. A romantic film, one seeking to warm an audience’s heart, usually doesn’t have too much of an edge. There’s nothing wrong with being “nice,” especially when the material calls for it. However, when you wind up with something that’s only “nice” and[...]

Alexandra Daddario Leads A Solid Cast In “We Summon The Darkness”

A film should never be overly reliant upon a twist. When done right, sudden turns in a plot can spice things up, as we’ve seen countless times in cinema. However, the wrong handling of a twist can really mess up a work. Luckily, despite leaning too heavily upon a twist[...]

“Sea Fever” Brings Terror To The Middle Of The Ocean

Never before has the idea of an horror/eco-thriller centered on a parasite been scarier. Hell, just leaving your house can feel like entering a fright flick. So, Sea Fever is either coming this week at the best possible, or worst possible, time. Luckily, if this sort of title interests you,[...]

The Top 25: Best Documentary Feature Winners

Hope you’re all keeping safe! As we continue on with the weekly series I’m doing once again here on the site, we’re talking the top 25 Oscar winners in just about every single one of the Academy Award categories out there for us to discuss. Aside from the short form[...]

A Journalist Attempts To Expose Stalin’s Famine In “Mr. Jones”

There’s a lot going on in the historical drama Mr. Jones, that’s for sure. Unfortunately, too little of what happens is of limited interest, at least in the manner being depicted. What should be a troubling, urgent, and deeply upsetting tale instead comes off fairly rote and uninspiring. The material[...]