He uses the last of his fading fame to launch her career and, as the title says, a star is born. The only real question is, will the love survive his downfall and her stardom?
Typically reviews of movies I've seen.
Solo: A Star Wars Story went a long way toward restoring my faith in the Star Wars franchise, partly because there was not one word about The Force, or The Jedi, or Religious Wars between good and evil.
Rampage is an Americanized Godzilla movie. That’s it. The movie has no other ambitions beyond that.
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri isn’t a movie that’s going to restore your faith in humanity, but it’s a fascinating set of character studies.
TL;DR Review: No no no no for the love of god no.
Gal Gadot plays Wonder Woman with a steel-eyed idealism that vaults the character from just a superhero to an archetype.
Everyone involved in this movie seemed determined to crank up everything you love about the first movie to 11.
Don’t worry, nothing impedes the action scenes in any way. That is after all why you go to these things.
It’s no Blade Runner, but the world is immersive and the action is top notch.
Kong: Skull Island is either one big inside joke or a propaganda film agitating against a war that’s been over and done with for four decades.