It barely pulls it off, with the final product being sweaty and nervous about its own premise, but it pulls together just enough to be a fun sci-fi premise that worked for me.
65, 65 million years ago, adam driver, Ariana Greenblatt, bryan woods, chloe coleman, chris bacon, danny elfman, Dinosaurs, movie, scott buck
Its core concept revolves around family, both found and bound, and the resulting narrative spends most of its time in conversations and buildup that make the fights hit that much harder.
Ghostface has never been a classy killer, with each embodiment being clumsy and half-cocked as they brutally slaughter their victims, but Radio Silence has outdone themselves this time by unleashing the most vicious masked murderer yet.
brian tyler, courtney cox, dermot mulroney, devyn nekoda, ghostface, hayden panettiere, henry czerny, jack champion, jasmin savoy brown, Jenna Ortega, josh segarra, liana liberato, Marco Beltrami, mason gooding, matt bettinelli-olpin, melissa barrera, radio silence, requel, samara weaving, scream, scream 6, scream vi, sequel, tony revolori, tyler gillett, wes craven
I love some high art but also like when blissful schlock is just as advertised. Last year gave us two…
alden ehrenreich, brooklyn prince, christian covery, cocaine bear, elizabeth banks, jesse tyler-ferguson, john gulesarian, keri russell, liz byrne, margo martindale, Men, nope, o'shea jackson jr, ray liotta
From the actors to the animators to the director…everyone just seems exhausted.
ant man, cassie lang, evangeline lily, hank pym, hope van dyne, janet van dyne, jonathan majors, kang, kang the conqueror, kathryn newton, marvel, marvel cinematic universe, mcu, michael douglas, michelle pfieffer, paul rudd, Peyton Reed, quantumania, scott lang, the wasp
Even in the face of some questionable thematic choices, I stand firm in my excitement for this new era of Shyamalan.
abby quinn, apocalypse, ben aldridge, blade runner 2049, cabin at the end of the world, dave bautista, glass, Herdís Stefánsdóttir, Jarin Blaschke, jonathan groff, knock at the cabin, kristin cui, m. night shyamalan, Nikki Amuka-Bird, Old, paul tremblay, Rupert Grint, split, the visit, unbreakable
Akira Kurosawa’s Ikiru is one of the best films ever made and a personal favorite of mine. Beyond the trappings…
An unnamed paradise, a mistake that leaves a body, a hedonistic Mia Goth; these are the components that make up…
Alexander Skarsgard, Brandon Cronenberg, Cleopatra Coleman, Infinity Pool, Jaliol Lespert, Kalim Hussain, Mia Goth, Neon, Pearl, Possessor, Tim Hecker
Something this self-aware has a delicate tightrope to walk but Cooper’s screenplay melds wonderfully with director Gerard Johnstone’s candy-flavored atmosphere, delivering a film that is completely in sync with its own memeability.
Akela Cooper, allison williams, Amie Donald, Gerard Johnstone, james wan, Killer Doll, m3gan, megan, Ricochet, Ronny Chieng, Violet McGraw