Personifying all the issues with MCU movies, "Shang-Chi," is inevitably disappointing but is worth seeing for Tony Leung's fierce performance.
‘Days’ : Director Tsai Ming-Liang Captures Massaging Life’s Pain Away With Cinematic Therapy That Soothes Through The Screen [Must-Watch]
Tsai’s themes of lost and lonely people crisscrossing in space takes on a new kind meaning in the form of cinematic therapy that soothes through the screen.
James Gunn’s ‘The Suicide Squad’ Is A Crass 80s Mash-Up Of ‘The Expendables’ And ‘Full Metal Jacket’ : You’ve Never Felt Superhero Kills Quite Like This
How does one go about assembling a team of D-list misfits for an evolving medium wherein corporate shilldom for costumed characters has run amuck? Give your copy/paste protagonist long dormant family issues? Check. Get a well-known action star to groan out one-liners from a silly CGI character? Check. Cast a wrestler against their assumed type … Continue reading James Gunn’s ‘The Suicide Squad’ Is A Crass 80s Mash-Up Of ‘The Expendables’ And ‘Full Metal Jacket’ : You’ve Never Felt Superhero Kills Quite Like This
‘Jungle Cruise’ Aims To Be A Copycat ‘The African Queen’ But Is Far Too Childish To Succeed As Gore Verbinski’s ‘Pirates Of The Caribbean’ Franchise Did
Overly indebted to many far more successful films, "Jungle Cruise" feels made for kids but all the film references will fly way over their heads.
A Natural Evolution Of M. Night Shyamalan’s Obsession With Barriers Of Mortality, ‘Old’ Expressively Plays With Goofy Ideas In A Creatively Limiting Manner
"Old" features M. Night Shyamalan's strongest twist in some time, but is it too little too late at this point in his career?