Lauren: I don’t care what anyone says: I’d much rather repeatedly kidnap Liam Neeson’s daughter than experience John Wick’s particular set of skills firsthand. Dude is scary.Read more "Film Review: John Wick: Chapter 2"
Silence sees Martin Scorsese wrestling with faith, what it means to have it, how it affects those around us, how it can feel like it has betrayed you, and the results are compelling and thought provoking.Read more "Film Review: Silence"
20th Century Women feels like a hug, a hug that comes at you out of joy and only wants to make you happier, letting you know the pain in the world is bearable.Read more "Film Review: 20th Century Women"
La La Land is a musical delight, with charming turns by Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone, whose chemistry will keep you swooning and music that you’ll be humming long after you leave the theater.Read more "Film Review: La La Land"
Rogue One: A Star Wars Story sees the franchise’s first steps away from the Skywalker Saga (well, mostly) and the results are a well executed tale that fits right in with the Saga; for the most part.Read more "Film Review: Rogue One: A Star Wars Story"
Loving is another great film by Jeff Nichols, who tells this true story about the power of love with a quiet beauty that you won’t be able to resist.Read more "Film Review: Loving"
Nocturnal Animals is Tom Ford’s sophomore feature and he ambitiously weaves dual narratives to pretty successful results.Read more "Film Review: Nocturnal Animals"
J.K. Rowling returns to her wizarding world with Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them and easily recaptures the magic (ugh….I know) with director David Yates.Read more "Film Review: Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them"
They came, they saw, they conquered… the ability to communicate with humanity through plate glass windows. The alien invaders have arrived?Read more "Film Review: Arrival"
When it comes to the Marvel Cinematic Universe, we’ve grown accustomed to a certain heightened world. Yes it’s filled with superhuman beings, dancing trees and futuristic scientific and technological advances, but everything still feels grounded in this reality. Until now. Now, things have changed. Now, things are strange.Read more "Film Review: Doctor Strange"