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KONG: SKULL ISLAND 

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There's only one king of this island

There have been so many cinematic iterations of KING KONG over the last, well, 80-plus years that it's quite easy to lose track of them all.  Of course, there was the landmark and pioneering 1933 original (still the best of the bunch), which was subsequently followed by the semi-campy, semi-serious 1976 remake, which in turn was followed up by the visually awe inspiring, but self indulgently long and bloated Peter Jackson helmed iteration from 2005...

Posted March 17, 2017

LOGAN (Rjjjj

No country for old mutant men

LOGAN is apparently the last film outing for the adamantium clawed Canadian anti-hero...at least the version played by Hugh Jackman, who has inhabited the iconic Marvel Comics character on the silver screen for nearly 20 years.  If this third WOLVERINE film is indeed the swan song for the Australian actor, then we perhaps could not have asked for a better one...

Posted March 11, 2017

MONSTER TRUCKS  (PGjj

These 4X4s are definitely not diesel powered

Well, I'm certainly in no position to label MONSTER TRUCKS as an unoriginal film.  There's has most definitely not been another family film about centuries old subterranean water dwelling creatures that are installed in trucks as an alternative power source that I can recall, which does, yes, make MONSTER TRUCKS one of a kind.  On a level of chuckle inducing ingenuity, the film has a B-grade premise that's actually quite nifty...

Posted March 11, 2017

GET OUT  (Rjjj

Meet the parents

A friend of mine asked me the other day to describe GET OUT, to which I very specifically replied that it's like GUESS WHO'S COMING TO DINNER morphed with a nightmarish episode of THE TWILIGHT ZONE further merged with THE STEPFORD WIVES.  Make sense?  It's an unforgettably weird horror/thriller/comedy from writer/director Jordan Peele...

Posted March 3, 2017

FIST FIGHT  (Rj1/2  

I wonder what this movie's about?

This film most certainly is not engaging in false advertising of any kind whatsoever.  It does indeed feature a fight involving fists (and other objects capable of inflicting pain).  On those levels, the very specifically titled FIST FIGHT delivers on its promises...

Posted February 26, 2017

THE GREAT WALL  

(PG-13jj1/2  

Chinese History - LORD OF THE RINGS and Matt Damon-ified

I have a history degree, and as far back as I can remember to my university days I learned nothing about giant man-eating iguana creatures attacking the Great Wall of China hundreds of years ago.  I even consulted Wikipedia just to be sure...nope.  Now, of course I kid, because THE GREAT WALL is not trying to pass itself off as a historical epic about its famous titular structure...

Posted February 26, 2017

JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2 

(Rjjjj

Whoa!

"Your descent into hell begins here, Mr. Wick."  When Keanu Reeves' unstoppably lethal hitman is told this late in JOHN WICK: CHAPTER 2...it feels like both a literal and figurative statement.  This is, of course, the sequel to the improbably and surprisingly astounding JOHN WICK, the 2014 introductory installment that emerged as not only one of the most finely attuned action films of the current decade, but also was one of the best films of its year...period...

Posted February 21, 2017

THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE 

(PGjjj1/2

The plastic bricked Dark Knight Returns

One thing dawned on me while watching - to quote its ultra specific title - THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE.  There have been so very few comedic portrayals of DC Comics' most popular and iconic character.  With the exception of the joyously campy 1960's TV series, there are not many incarnations of the Caped Crusader that tapped into our collective funny bones...

Posted February 21, 2017

THE SPACE BETWEEN US 

(PG-13jj

A sci-fi romance that's lost in space

THE SPACE BETWEEN US is a new sci-fi romance that's proof positive that an incredibly nifty premise can utterly implode on itself with shoddy and prosaic scripting that hurtles towards one ludicrous narrative contrivance after another.  The film's central arc is stellar, which concerns a teenager that was born and has been raised on Mars when his Earth mother astronaut gave birth to him on the red planet...

Posted February 13, 2017

JACKIE (Rjj1/2  

A portrait of a famous first lady buried under enigmatic layers

The best aspect of JACKIE is that it's not an obligatory biography of one of the most famous First Ladies in American history in Jacqueline Kennedy, the wife of the 35th U.S. President John F. Kennedy.  More compellingly, the film is largely about the short period involving her post JFK assassination life from November 22, 1963 and how she desperately tried to cope with not only the loss of her husband...

Posted February 13, 2017

MANCHESTER BY THE SEA

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A sobering story of death, grief, and obligations

Kenneth Lonergan's MANCHESTER BY THE SEA is a devastatingly sad, yet darkly comic portrait of working class family grief after dealing with personal tragedy.  It's also about a man so broken down by life and his past that he feels very little impetus to meaningfully and intimately latch onto anything in the present.  This self-destructive and unhealthily depressed loner has his life upended when his older brother passes away, leaving him to face the challenge of becoming his teenage nephew's new guardian...

Posted January 31, 2017

SPLIT (Rjj

Shyamalan's multiple motives makes for a confused thriller

My patience in waiting for a "return to form" for director M. Night Shyamalan has all but eroded.  After bursting onto the scene in the late 90's with his multiple Oscar nominated THE SIXTH SENSE and following up that lauded effort with 2000's UNBREAKABLE and 2002's SIGNS I was quite sure that he was going to be the next Steven Spielberg.  I really, really did...

Posted January 30, 2017

xXx: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE

(PG-13jj

A long dormant action franchise that should have stayed dormant

A few days ago I asked my friend Steve if he wanted to see the sequel to the 2002's Vin Diesel action film xXx, to which he very astutely retorted, "Ummmm...that film already had a sequel...xXx: STATE OF THE UNION...and wasn't that with Ice Cube instead of Diesel?"  An awkward silence ensued, and then I fully realized the error of my ways.  Yes, there already was a sequel to the first xXx...

Posted January 30, 2017

THE FOUNDER (PG-13jjj1/2  

The Big Mac of business entrepreneurs

I want you to close your eyes and try to remember a time without fast food in the world.  It's next to impossible, isn't it? There's a remarkable scene early on it THE FOUNDER that has struggling milkshake maker salesman Ray Kroc (Michael Keaton) journeying through California in the early 1950's.  He's continuously discouraged at the egregiously slow service and poor food quality that he's been experiencing on the road at many a drive-in dinner...

Posted January 30, 2017

Here's my annual blog of the top ten reasons why you all should have rushed out to the cinemas in the year that was.

 

Posted January 23, 2017

SILENCE  (Rjjj1/2 

Scorsese rounds off his faith trilogy

 

SILENCE has been a long gestating passion project for Martin Scorsese, one that's been in development as far back as the 1990's.  It's a thematically complex, visually beautiful, thoughtfully acted, and powerfully dramatic historical epic - based on the 1966 novel of the same name by Shusaku Endo - that concerns Jesuit priests trying to spread the word of God and Christianity to Japan during the early 17th century...

 

Posted January 23, 2017

A MONSTER CALLS  (PG-13jjj1/2 

The darker BFG film

A MONSTER CALLS has been wrongfully advertised as a children's film.  It's really a dark fantasy - based on the novel of the same name by Patrick Ness - that just happens to have a child as its main character.  Director J.A. Bayona (THE IMPOSSIBLE) doesn't once hide behind this film's macabre subject matter and all of the grim and disheartening realities associated with it...

Posted January 23, 2017

LIVE BY NIGHT  (Rjjj

Goodfellas of the Roaring Twenties

Considering the litany of critical abuse that Ben Affleck receives from trolling Internet fanboys...he really has nothing to prove in the industry.  He has won two Academy Awards (one for co-writing GOOD WILL HUNTING and the other for producing the Best Picture winning ARGO) and has emerged as one of the finest actor-turned-directors in recent memory, churning out one memorable and impressive film after another since making his directorial debut a decade ago with the brilliant GONE BABY GONE...

Posted January 23, 2017

UNDERWORLD: BLOOD WARS

(R1/2j

This franchise needs a stake driven through its heart

 

UNDERWORLD: BLOOD WARS is the fifth film in the redundantly long standing vampires versus werewolves action horror series that unequivocally proves why a stake should have been driven straight into its heart several entries ago...

 

Posted January 14, 2017

Here's my annual wall of shame blog that outlines ten reasons why you should have avoided the cinemas at all costs in the year that was.

 

Posted January 10, 2017

LA LA LAND (PG-13jjjj

A wondrous romantic musical in the City of Angels

Labeling LA LA LAND as just a musical would be woefully simplistic.  Yes, it's a musical that's a loving ode to the classic Technicolor musicals of the Golden Age of the genre, to be fair.  However, it's also a heartfelt tribute to the movies themselves, young love, the city of Los Angeles, jazz music, and the perseverance and determination of intrepid artistic minds to see their hopes and dreams through to successful fruition when faced with overwhelming odds...

Posted January 7, 2017

FENCES (PG-13jjj

A brilliantly performed, but flatly directed stage-to-screen adaptation

There are times during Denzel Washington's FENCES when it feels like an unabridged stage play that just happens to be shot with movie cameras.  For fans of the 1983 Pulitzer Prize winning play by August Wilson...that's a most welcome thing.  If anything, FENCES - Washington's third film as a director after ANTOINE FISHER and THE GREAT DEBATERS - comes positively alive as a treasure trove of performance riches...

Posted January 7, 2017

ASSASSIN'S CREED 

(PG-13jj

Assassinating any hope for the video game/movie genre

It's not that ASSASSIN'S CREED is a bad or incompetent film, nor is it lacking in definitive and proven talent in front of and behind the camera.  No, this latest in an awfully long lineage of wrongheaded video game to movie adaptations suffers greatly in its inability to make me care for anyone or anything in its story...

Posted December 30, 2016

PASSENGERS (PG-13jj1/2 

Not your typical cruise ship through the cosmos

The new sci-fi romance thriller PASSENGERS reminded me considerably of the recently released COLLATERAL BEAUTY.  Now...here me out for a bit.  Both films are, yes and obviously enough, fundamentally different on paper, but both featured trailer advertising campaigns that were essentially...well...fraudulent....

Posted December 30, 2016

COLLATERAL BEAUTY 

(PG-13zero stars

The collateral damage for all involved in this is high

This movie is wrong.  Just wrong.  Horribly wrong.  Shamefully wrong.  Embarrassingly wrong.  It's wrong for having one of the most fraudulent trailer marketing campaigns in recent memory.  It's wrong because it uses very touchy and sensitive themes of child death, grief, cancer, adultery, and infertility as cheap tools to dispense would-be tear inducing melodrama...

Posted December 30, 2016

ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY

(PG-13jjj1/2 

Star Wars: Episode III.V

To quote its full title, ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY is the first of what will, no doubt, be a multitude of new standalone anthology films produced by Disney that are set within the larger universe created by George Lucas four decades ago.  However, this spin-off series is a separate cinematic entity apart from the larger Skywalker family saga that has spanned through Episodes I through VII...

Posted December 22, 2016

OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY

(Rjjj

Not the most responsible way to celebrate Jesus' birthday

This film arguably has the most specific title in history.  After screening OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY I can categorically conform that (a) it takes place in an office, (b) it takes place during Christmas and (c) it most definitely involves a party.  Oh man...does it ever.  The hard R-rated party genre has been literally done to death, which leaves OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY in the unenviable position of trying to instill some freshness and novelty into the underlining material...

Posted December 17, 2016

NOCTURNAL ANIMALS (Rjj1/2 

A thriller with a split personality

Half of Tom Ford's NOCTURNAL ANIMALS works masterfully well.  Its other half...simply does not.  That's not to say that the fashion designer turned film director is not talented.  If anything, NOCTURNAL ANIMALS more than establishes Ford as a consummate cinematic visualist with a highly unique eye...

Posted December 17, 2016

LOVING (PG-13jjjj

A husband and wife that truly defied and challenged societal laws...and won

LOVING is a fact based historical drama that's done with an abundant amount of masterful tact, restraint, and filmmaking economy.  It achieves an intimacy with its subject matter that's refreshingly atypical for these types of genre efforts, which is of no surprise whatsoever seeing as it's from writer/director Jeff Nichols, who's on a remarkably strong and assured creative streak as of late...

Posted December 10, 2016

MOONLIGHT (Rjjjj

This boy's Life

There have been many films well before Barry Jenkins' MOONLIGHT that have dealt with what it means to be black man living in America, but very few have dealt with it as compellingly as his film does.  Adapted from the play of the same name by Tarell McCraney, MOONLIGHT eloquently and powerfully explores the multiple stages of one man's life - from childhood to adolescence and then finally to adulthood...

Posted December 10, 2016

ALLIED (Rjjj

A tale of wartime romance far removed from the front lines

Robert Zemeckis' World War II romance/espionage drama ALLIED is an attempt on his part, I think, to craft a loving homage to the aesthetic of old Hollywood utilizing, of course, modern day technology.  This is certainly not the Oscar winning filmmaker's first foray into WWII (he co-wrote 1941 decades ago for Steven Spielberg), but ALLIED marks his first time dealing with this historical terrain from behind the camera...

Posted December 2, 2016

RULES DON'T APPLY 

(PG-13jj1/2 

Beatty's return to acting and directing nets compellingly mixed results

When Warren Beatty stars in and directs a movie it's kind of a big deal...almost an event in itself.  This is made especially true considering that his creative output over the years has been anything but prolific.  RULES DON'T APPLY not only represents the Hollywood legend's first movie role since 2001's TOWN AND COUNTRY, but it's also his first film behind the camera in nearly two decades, his last effort being the 1998 political satire BULWORTH...

Posted December 2, 2016

BILLY LYNN'S LONG HALFTIME WALK

(Rjj

Lee pushes filmmaking technological limits, but not storytelling ones

Ang Lee has nothing to prove as a filmmaker.  He's always been respected as one of the pre-eminent directors of the last quarter of a century, and the three time Oscar winner has demonstrated time and time again that he takes more inherent creative risks than arguably anyone else in Hollywood.  Just look at his rich resume for proof positive of that, which is replete with a startling diversity of genre work...

Posted November 26, 2016

THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN

(R)  jjj1/2  

And bordering on social oblivion

I've seen so many films like THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN over my many years as a film critic that the high school dramedy genre, for my tastes, has all but floundered into a critical life support stage of existence.  It's a small scale miracle, then, that Kelly Fremon Craig's film (making her directorial debut) imbues so much revitalizing freshness into these types of stale and conventional coming of age stories...

Posted November 26, 2016

FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM (PG-13jjj

We're definitely not in Hogwarts anymore

This movie is not for me.  When it comes to the HARRY POTTER literary and cinematic universes, I'm an introverted muggle (Potter slang for non wizard...or in my case...non-fan of the series).  It's true, I've been very critical of the decade-plus spanning movie franchise based on the iconic and cherished novels by J.K. Rowling, which ringed eight movies out of seven books, a move that had - in the latter stages - more to do with Hollywood accounting than it did with artistic imperatives...

Posted November 26, 2016

ARRIVAL (PG-13jjjj

A thinking man's sci-fi film of alien first contact

 

Science fiction movies about aliens arriving on our planet are as old as the genre itself, which means that any filmmaker trying to impart some level of ingenuity into them is a daunting task, to be sure.  French Canadian filmmaker Denis Villeneuve - whose previous three films were all masterpieces in their own right, PRISONERS, ENEMY, and last year's SICARRIO - seems more than equal to the task in ARRIVAL...

 

Posted November 18, 2016

BLOOD FATHER (Rjjj

A grizzled Mad Mel up to his old vengeful tricks

No other actor is better at playing teeth clenched, nostrils flaring loose cannon roles better than Mel Gibson.  No one.  BLOOD FATHER - a rare starring vehicle for the actor, especially if you simply glance over his performance resume as of late - includes a quintessential "Mad Mel" character that only he can inhabit with a fiery gusto: a hard edged, deeply flawed and morally bankrupt goon with a heart of gold that, when the going gets tough, lets his fists do the talking...

Posted November 18, 2016

DOCTOR STRANGE 

(PG-13jjj

Strange things are afoot in the MCU

DOCTOR STRANGE is the 14th entry in the long standing Marvel Cinematic Universe, and although it does fall victim to - and readily embrace - the standard obligatory accoutrements of the super hero origin film, this latest comic book extravaganza from the studio doesn't seem to be demonstrating any obvious signs of genre or creative fatigue....

Posted November 12, 2016

HACKSAW RIDGE (Rjjj1/2  

A brave heart of WWII

We need to deal with a rather large and obvious elephant in the room before I review HACKSAW RIDGE.  Mel Gibson is a very controversial and polarizing figure in Hollywood with ample and indefensible indiscretion-skeletons in his closet, to be sure.  Yet, when a camera is put in this man's hands, there's no denying that proverbial magic does indeed happen.  He won an Academy Award for his direction on 1995's BRAVEHEART...

Posted November 12, 2016

INFERNO (PG-13j

Welcome to sequel hell

The title of this film is highly telling. INFERNO is a qualitative dumpster fire of incredulously epic proportions.  This is made all the more shameful considering that this third film in the cinematic exploits of the super humanly intuitive symbologist Robert Langdon - based on the literary source material by Dan Brown - has an Oscar winning director at the helm and a multiple Oscar winning actor in front of the camera....

Posted November 4, 2016

KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES

(PG-13jjj

Spy Hard: Couples Version

I place very few expectations on comedies.  They simply have to (a) contain an appealing and engaging cast and (b) make me consistently laugh.  Humor is also a highly subjective thing, which makes the job of the film critic all the more tricky.  The new spy action-comedy KEEPING UP WITH THE JONES definitely doesn't reinvent the narrative wheel with its underlining premise, nor does it go for the satiric jugular in terms of attacking the spy movie genre itself and the monotony of middle-upper class suburban life...

Posted November 4, 2016

JACK REACHER: 

NEVER GO BACK (PG-13jj1/2

A sequel that's desperately reaching for significance

JACK REACHER: NEVER GO BACK - the follow-up to the introductory JACK REACHER film from 2012  - continues the cinematic exploits of the seemingly homeless and loner ex-military police office that hitchhikes around from town to town with only the shirt on his back and toothbrush in his pocket...and a nasty penchant for finding trouble and wrongdoing.  l...

Posted October 30, 2016

CAPTAIN FANTASTIC (Rjj

A less than fantastic dissection of wilderness entrenched child rearing

CAPTAIN FANTASTIC is one those delectably quirky and offbeat dramas about an equally quirky and offbeat family unit that definitely takes great pains to make audience members identify with and understand said family unit.  The film was a critical and audience darling on festival circuits earlier this year (even garnering an unheard of ten minute standing ovation at Cannes)...

Posted October 30, 2016

THE ACCOUNTANT (Rjjj

Not your average number cruncher

At face value, the central premise of Gavin O'Connor's THE ACCOUNTANT is inordinately silly, not to mention that its main storyline strains credulity at multiple times and contains not one, but two would-be shocking plot twists that nearly derailed my overall enjoyment of it (more on that in a bit).  Yet, O'Connor brings his characteristic stalwart and precise direction to the material...

Posted October 21, 2016

THE INFILTRATOR (Rjjj

Cranston remains the danger

The irony that permeates THE INFILTRATOR is so thick you can cut it with a proverbial knife.  Its star, Bryan Cranston, made a name for himself as an actor on the small screen in his multi-award nominated and winning performance on BREAKING BAD.  He played a good man driven to become a criminal and ultimately an empowered drug kingpin that had to keep his clandestine life a secret from those he held dear...

Posted October 21, 2016

THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN (Rjj

Another Gone Girl

The new murder mystery/psychological thriller THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN - based on the best selling novel of the same name by Paula Hawkins - has been positioned and advertised as this year's GONE GIRL.  Both films share similar storylines about women that go missing, both are based on celebrated literary works, both have unreliable narrators, both deal with the seedier underbelly of suburbia, and both have been released in October of their respective years...

Posted October 15, 2016

HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE

(Rjjj

Into the wild

HUNT FOR THE WILDERPEOPLE is a New Zealand adventure dramedy that contains a central premise that has been literally done to death in countless coming-of-age/on-the-run films before.  We get the rebellious, troubled and unloved teenager that's paired with a cantankerous old coot that despises being in the presence of children, but despite their seemingly insurmountable odds with one another, they grow to like and appreciate each other's respective company and mature as a result...

Posted October 15, 2016

BATMAN: 

RETURN OF THE CAPED CRUSADERS

(No MPAA Ratingjjj1/2

Same 1960's era Batman, different Bat-channel

As a fan of all things Batman I have to admit that I never fully grew to appreciate and get the iconic and cherished 1960's era TV series until much later in life.  The peak of my Dark Knight fandom came during the mid to late 1980's, during which time the character was truly flourishing and returning to his roots as a dark and brooding nocturnal vigilante....

Posted October 15, 2016

 

 

 

DEEPWATER HORIZON

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MISS PEREGRINE'S HOME FOR PECULIAR CHILDREN

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MASTERMINDS

(PG-13j1/2

 

THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN

(PG-13jj1/2

 

SNOWDEN

(Rjjjj

 

BLAIR WITCH

(Rjj

 

FOR THE LOVE OF SPOCK

(No MPAA ratingjjj1/2

 

SULLY 

(PG-13jjj

 

ELSTREE 1976

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THE LIGHT BETWEEN OCEANS

(PG-13jjj1/2

 

HELL OR HIGH WATER

(R) jjjj

 

DON'T BREATHE

(PG-13jjj 

 

MORGAN

(Rjj

 

MECHANIC: RESURRECTION

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KUBO AND THE TWO STRINGS

(PG)

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BEN HUR 

(PG-13)

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WAR DOGS

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SAUSAGE PARTY

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PETE'S DRAGON

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TICKLED

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SUICIDE SQUAD

(PG-13)

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JASON BOURNE

(PG-13jj1/2 

 

NERVE

(PG-13jj1/2 

 

BATMAN: THE KILLING JOKE 

(Rjj1/2 

 

THE LOBSTER

(Rjjj1/2  

 

STAR TREK BEYOND

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THE NEON DEMON

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GHOSTBUSTERS

 (PG-13)

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RAIDERS! THE STORY OF THE GREATEST FAN FILM EVER MADE

(No MPAA Ratingjjj1/2 

 

SWISS ARMY MAN

  (Rjj1/2 

 

MIKE AND DAVE 

NEED WEDDING DATES

(R1/2j