Where have you gone, analog Spider-Man?
You know the guy. Worked as a photographer, got chewed out by his crusty boss but loved the girl named MJ with all his … Read More
When we meet the Brinson family in “Wildlife,” Jerry (Jake Gyllenhaal) and Jeanette (Carey Mulligan) are sharing a tender moment.
Their only son, Joe (Ed Oxenbould) watches his parents, visibly … Read More
In space, no one can hear you say, “C’mon, you can’t be that stupid!”
“Life,” the cinematic methadone until Ridley Scott’s “Alien: Covenant” hits theaters, delivers scares that rival that … Read More
“Nocturnal Animals,” director Tom Ford’s second film, begins with the filmmaker playfully pushing our buttons.
By the time the names of the actors and production team fade from sight, the … Read More
Swofford wrote “Jarhead: A Marine’s Chronicle of the Gulf War and Other Battles,” a brutally honest account of his time serving his country.
His story was that of so many wearing … Read More
Is it any wonder it raked in more than $20 million over the weekend against the “Jungle Book” juggernaut?
I spoke about the free-wheeling “Barbershop: The Next Cut” during the … Read More
Davis Mitchell, the main character in “Demolition,” won’t give up his lost coins without a fight. That sparks one of film’s least conventional dramas in some time.
“Demolition” … Read More
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