Tip-toeing around the secrets, the filmmakers share their inspirations, subtle details, and the narrative’s mysterious nature.
‘ANTEBELLUM’ could have been engaging and lived up to its lofty ambitions in addressing the horrors that are still prevalent today, but unfortunately, it doesn’t.
Filmmaker Antonio Campos talks what we can uncover in his unflinching film and how he incorporated details worth multiple viewings.
Alfred Hitchcock gets a 4K movie collection. For the most part, it’s pretty spectacular.
[Fresh on 4K] ‘SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS’ improves the UHD look where its predecessor fell short
Guy Ritchie 2009 popcorn flick SHERLOCK HOLMES was indeed a remarkable film. While its 2011 sequel SHERLOCK HOLMES: A GAME OF SHADOWS is certainly an enjoyable film, it can’t quite seem to escape its predecessor’s shadow. Interestingly, when it comes to 4K, A GAME OF SHADOWS makes considerable visual improvements.
Following the 35th Anniversary release of GREMLINS last year, Warner Bros gives the same treatment to another iconic generational classic in 4K UHD… THE GOONIES. Yet unlike with GREMLINS, fans may want to think twice about double-dipping for this one.
Gritty and gothic, ‘THE DEVIL ALL THE TIME’ is not a pleasing watch. But a talented cast playing deplorables is just enough to spark interest.
Denis Villeneuve’s DUNE is going to be epic – and here he and the cast share what you need to know now about it.
Expect to enjoy its larger-than-life characters and laugh at its truth in irony.
Courtney Howard // Film Critic ENOLA HOLMES Rated PG-13, 123 minutes Directed by: Harry Bradbeer Starring: Millie Bobby Brown, Louis Partridge, Henry Cavill, Sam Claflin, Helena Bonham Carter Adapted from the first of six novels by author Nancy Springer, director Harry Bradbeer’s ENOLA HOLMES is as if NANCY DREW was redone in...
Simply put, it’s hard not to have a great time during this movie. It’s a shame the same cannot be said of this 4K release.
There probably isn’t a person alive who doesn’t have a particular part of their lives they recall as the glory days. The time when you felt most confident in your abilities when you felt like your purpose was being fulfilled in life; now strip it all away and the only thing left is bitterness and all-consuming ego. This is at the center of storied French director Claire Denis’ 1999 international breakthrough BEAU TRAVAIL (French for “good work”). Denis is breaking down masculinity to its most simple terms by giving an outsider’s perspective into what makes a man tick and if you’re paying attention it can be a how-to guide about letting go of the past, and reinventing yourself even if you don’t have the skill-set to take a peek internally to do the actual good work, and learn how to change.
[Fantasia Review] ‘FUGITIVE DREAMS’ a mesmerizing intersection of dreams and landscapes and finding empathy in the forgotten
The power of ‘FUGITIVE DREAMS’ is that it remains ambiguous in its meaning.
An amazing documentary about a guy who was one of Hollywood’s young leading men trying to turn back the hands of time.
Say the title to Charlie Kaufman’s latest film out loud “IM THINKING OF ENDING THINGS…” how does that statement make you feel? Probably not so good. It suggests crippling indecision, or something a bit haunting. Kaufman has made a name for himself as Hollywood’s most absurd humorist. The multi-faceted screenwriter/director deserves “a whole row of Oscars,” and managed to nab one for his writing work on ETERNAL SUNSHINE OF THE SPOTLESS MIND back in 2005.