When it comes to carrying on the tale of Anna and Elsa, “Frozen II” is fine, however, it does so in a way that’s devoid of any of the heart or purpose that made audiences fall for the story in the first place.
As simplistic and predictable as “Last Christmas” may be, it still gets the job done once you admit you’re ready to feel all warm and fuzzy and embrace the holiday season.
While it doesn’t channel the same horrors as its predecessor once did, “Doctor Sleep” provides an intriguing exploration of the lore and mythology at the heart of the series.
“Portrait of a Lady on Fire” plays out very much like the painting of a masterpiece. It takes its time, slowly sketching out the skeleton. Its movements are careful and tender. Eventually, the details are filled in, and all of the elements come together to create something greater than the sum of its parts.
After 10 years of waiting, the highly anticipated Zombieland sequel finally arrived, and it’s certainly worth the wait. “Double Tap” is a smart, entertaining adventure that perfectly realigns itself with the world fans have dreamed of returning to for years.
With a masterpiece like “Marriage Story,” Netflix looks poised to win big at the Oscars this year.
“Parasite” has been hailed as not only the best film of the year, but one of the best films of the decade. The hype is rightfully earned.
At this point, it’s common knowledge that nearly everything A24 touches turns to gold. Sure, there are a few exceptions (looking at you, “Spring Breakers”), but just looking at the … Continue Reading Review: ‘Waves’ is a beautiful, immersive story of tragedy and how it’s overcome
Writer-director Bong Joon-ho’s South Korean film “Parasite” is being heralded as one of the year’s best films. The Inside The Film Room staff got a chance to check out the comedy-thriller at Film Fest 919.
A two-time Oscar-winning director teaming up with one of Hollywood’s most loveable leading men? What could go wrong? Well, it turns out the answer is quite a bit.
Todd Phillips’ “Joker” opened this weekend, and the Inside The Film Room staff is here to give you their rapid reactions to Joaquin Phoenix’s take on the Clown Prince of Crime.
It’s truly impressive when a film is able to take characters who have committed objectively wrong crimes and still compel audiences to root for them. “Hustlers” is able to do just that.
Back in May, Keanu Reeves once again proved why he’s the baddest man in Hollywood right now with “John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum.” Now, the Baba Yaga is heading home on Digital, 4K UHD, Blu-Ray and DVD, and he’s bringing a ton of special features with him.
There’s plenty to like about “It Chapter Two,” but ultimately it’s unable to capture the same aura that made its predecessor so enthralling.
While it won’t go down as one of 2019’s best, “Ready or Not” it will certainly be remembered as the surprise of the summer – and just might become a cult classic.
“Once Upon a Time in Hollywood” is a masterwork of some kind, and it’s essential to cut to the heart of what it’s all about. This, for better or worse, is my attempt to do exactly that.