“Murder on the Orient Express” is a solid ride. It has heart, humor, with a sturdy track of a story. And yet it won’t be remembered as a classic the same way its literary and motion-picture predecessors are. Although tempting to place the problem on its pacing, the real perpetrator is in its passengers.Read more "‘Murder on the Orient Express’ Review"
“Thor: Ragnarok” is akin to consuming a Happy Meal from McMarvel’s – and then getting film poisoning.Read more "‘Thor: Ragnarok’ Review"
“Blade Runner” didn’t need a sequel. But it got one. And it’s spectacular.
“Blade Runner 2049” isn’t just the continuation of a classic. It stands on its own as a modern masterpiece of sci-fi storytelling.Read more "‘Blade Runner 2049’ Review"
“Kingsman: The Golden Circle” might not have its predecessor’s initial element of surprise, but the silver platter of a sequel still serves up its unashamed share of princely entertainment.Read more "‘Kingsman: The Golden Circle’ Review"
“It” has got it all. Well, everything but the “it” factor.
Anyone unfamiliar with the Stephen King classic might find “It” a surprise—not only for its scares but for its humor and heart.Read more "‘It’ Review"
Marvel Studios is the McDonald’s of film. If you like its ingredients, you’ll never leave disappointed. But every now and then you get something rare and unique. In fast food, it’s called the McRib. In fast film, it’s “Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2.”Read more "‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Review"
“Suicide Squad” has all sorts of problems—from the rumored reshoots to the six-week crafted script. These are but 20 in the almost unwatchable piece of work that is “Suicide Squad.”Read more "The Top 20 Problems with ‘Suicide Squad’"