You can make a messy movie, but as long as it’s exciting and stylish, you can get away with it. You can’t make one this messy and dull and expect to get by.
After years of petitioning, Zack Snyder’s “Snyder Cut” of 2017’s “Justice League” will premiere on HBO Max in 2021.
Harley Quinn has returned, and this time there’s no tacky Joker or sloppy writing to hold her back. In “Birds of Prey: And the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn,” DC has righted its wrongs and paved the way for an utterly fantabulous future.
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.
“Joker” is an unsettling and extremely heavy film, and at times it verges on being unenjoyable, but there are still enough elements to impress – mainly in Phoenix’s broken performance.
Two months after “Avengers: Endgame” concluded an epic 22-movie saga, “Spider-Man: Far From Home” is here to officially wrap up Phase 3 of Marvel’s never-ending universe and tease what’s to come.
As the movie comes to a close, Jean delivers a final voiceover that’s quite on the nose, saying, “This is not the end of me, or the X-Men. It’s a new beginning.” Let’s just hope the new beginning with Disney and Marvel Studios results in a more stable series of mutants.
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’
The 91st annual Academy Awards are less than 24 hours away, so it’s time to hear the closing arguments from every contender. All the votes have already been cast and … Continue Reading Is this your Best Picture? Making a case for ‘Black Panther’
Between quips, dismembered body parts and pop culture references, “Deadpool 2” finds room for a more sentimental message in this outrageously hilarious sequel.