In “Shazam!” director David F. Sandberg has created a fun, light-hearted superhero romp overflowing with hilarity and heart – proving that the DCEU doesn’t have to be all doom and gloom.
The first of this year’s many Marvel Cinematic Universe events kicked off this weekend as “Captain Marvel” hit theaters. As the 21st entry into the MCU, we’ve finally been blessed … Continue Reading Review: Larson, Mendelsohn shine in ‘Captain Marvel’
While a film about an amateur female wrestler’s rise to WWE stardom may not sound like it’s up your alley, don’t be too quick to look over this one. With genuine laugh-out-loud moments and enough heart to fill The Rock’s massive chest, “Fighting with My Family” is perfect for die-hard wrestling fans and newbies alike.
While the return to the Lego universe may not feel as groundbreaking and creative as the first journey, its charm and entertaining self-awareness are as present as ever. Mix in a few fun musical numbers and a genuine, heartfelt message and it makes for an exciting trip to the theater.
Despite the rave reviews it’s receiving, “The Kid Who Would Be King” never quite lives up to its lofty expectations.
It’s common knowledge throughout the entertainment industry that January is where movies go to die – and the latest Matthew McConaughey project is no exception.
Without the quiet subtlety that made “Unbreakable” such an intriguing laid back superhero movie, or the suspense the drove “Split” and made it so thrilling, “Glass” is left to fall somewhere in-between – an overtly in-your-face superhero story dragged along through excessive exposition.
After months and months of waiting, it’s finally here. “A Star Is Born,” one of my most anticipated films of 2018, hit theaters Thursday, and it’s safe to say it was well worth the wait.
“Hereditary” does to its audience exactly what its villains do to their victims – weaken you until you’re at your most vulnerable, and then attack when you’re unable to defend yourself.
Eleven years after the original Ocean’s trilogy called it quits, Sandra Bullock assembled a team of Hollywood’s biggest female stars to try her and reinvent the franchise, but director Gary Ross seems to be doing whatever he can to hold her back.
By Zach Goins CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — SportsNation aired its annual “Summer Jeers: Red, White and Boos” episode showcasing the 44 best sports bloopers and follies of the year so … Continue Reading Review: ESPN’s ‘SportsNation’ is all fluff, no sports