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THOR: RAGNAROK  

(PG-13) jj1/2 

The god of thunder...ous quips

In my original review of the first THOR movie - a Marvel Cinematic Universe franchise installment that I was in the minority for greatly enjoying - I spoke of what a thanklessly difficult job Chris Hemsworth had in playing the titular character: Too much self aware camera mugging and the Norse God would approach levels of high camp, but a performance too needlessly solemn and the character would be a monotonous bore...

Posted November 14, 2017

THE MOUNTAIN BETWEEN US

(PG-13) jj 

A mountain of survival drama clichés

There are only two things that help elevate the new outdoor survival/romance drama THE MOUNTAIN BETWEEN US above the moniker of a cheaply disposable and utterly forgettable TV movie of the week: (1) The committed performances by stars Kate Winslet and Idris Elba that work relative wonders with such relatively mediocre material and (2) it contains a few moments of natural beauty that looks sensational on the silver screen...

Posted November 14, 2017

SUBURBICON (R) jj

Pleasantville it ain't

SUBURBICON is a new black comedy/social satire that's constantly at war with itself.  The problem with this film is not that it lacks narrative and thematic ambition, but rather that it has no idea whatsoever how to marry all of its discordant tones and story threads smoothly together to create a unifying and meaningful whole...

Posted November 7, 2017

THANK YOU FOR YOUR SERVICE 

(R) jjj

A war on the homefront

Movies about the hellishly brutal nature of war and combat and the effects that it has on soldiers after they leave the battlefield and return home are not only a relative dime a dozen, but are also a very tricky genre to pull off effectively, mostly because of the overt familiarity with the underlining material...

Posted November 7, 2017

GEOSTORM (PG-13) 1/2j  

A tidal wave of awfulness

GEOSTORM is new disaster porn film of tsunami-sized idiocy and mediocrity, made all the more shamefully wretched because it squanders the decent talents of multiple actors appearing in it, all of whom are pathetically trying to make this insufferably silly material work.  It also marks the directorial debut of Dean Devlin, perhaps best known for co-writing INDEPENDENCE DAY and STARGATE back in the 1990's...

Posted October 29, 2017

BATTLE OF THE SEXES (PG-13) jjj  

More than just a tennis match

BATTLE OF THE SEXES deals the very well publicized tennis match between then 55-year-old Bobby Riggs and 29-year-old Billie Jean King at the Houston Astrodome on September 23, 1973.  The match had a winner-take-all prize of $100,000 and was watched live by over thirty thousand spectators (still the largest audience to watch a tennis match in the U.S.).  An estimated 90 million more tuned in on TV from around the world, witnessing King beat Riggs in three sets.  It was considered a milestone in the general public's acceptance of female athletes deserving as much equal respect as their male counterparts...

Posted October 29, 2017

THE SNOWMAN (R) j  

All thawed out

THE SNOWMAN is a new serial killer murder mystery of limitless badness, one that's so inapproachably messy, ineptly scripted, frustratingly edited, and morosely performed that you kind of have to wonder how a film with such remarkable skill in front of and behind the camera could make something as creatively wrongheaded...

Posted October 29, 2017

THE FOREIGNER (R) jjj1/2

Refreshingly unfamiliar territory for Jackie Chan fans

The new political revenge thriller THE FOREIGNER is unlike any other Jackie Chan movie he has made...which may disappoint those looking for another lively and action packed martial arts epic.  THE FOREIGNER is, as just mentioned, unlike any other Jackie Chan movie he has made...which will greatly satisfy those dire hard genre fans of his that are looking for something from the 63-year-old chop socky legend that's decidedly against the grain...

Posted October 24, 2017

THE BOOK OF HENRY

(R) zero stars

Definitely not required reading

I've read that THE BOOK OF HENRY was made from on a near 20-year-old script from Greg Hurwitz, which is ultimately telling, seeing as the resulting film feels like it's about 20 years worth of re-writes away from becoming an admirable final product deserving of our consumption.  This is an indefensibly awful movie...

Posted October 24, 2017

THE BEGUILED (R) jjj1/2

Coppola's comeback

Over a decade ago I sincerely thought that Sophia Coppola would become one of the most creatively distinguished filmmakers of her generation whose films would eventually rival the high predigree body of work of the early career of her very famous father.  Early examples like the hauntingly dreamlike THE VIRGIN SUICIDES and later ones like the potently acted LOST IN TRANSLATION hinted at more future greatness to come...

  Posted October 24, 2017

HAPPY DEATH DAY (PG-13 ) jjj

Worst...birthday...ever

I have this nagging feeling that I've seen a film like HAPPY DEATH DAY before.  Not only that, but I have this nagging feeling that I've seen a film like HAPPY DEATH DAY before.  Sarcasm aside, HAPPY DEATH is a new horror comedy that utilizes a very familiar premise, especially for anyone that's ever seen GROUNDHOG DAY, EDGE OF TOMORROW, or even this year's BEFORE I FALL...

  Posted October 24, 2017

BLADE RUNNER 2049 

(R) jjj

Do androids still dream of electric sheep?

Making a sequel is tricky.  Making a sequel to one of the seminal  science fiction films of the 1980's - and arguably one of the greatest films of all time - is even trickier.  When Ridley Scott's futuristic sci-fi detective noir BLADE RUNNER was released in 1982 it proved to be a massive box office disappointment and one that polarized many a critic...

Posted October 13, 2017

AMERICAN MADE (R) jjj1/2

A fact based crime thriller on steady Cruise control

AMERICAN MADE is proof positive that Tom Cruise - at a relatively ripe, but alarmingly young looking 55-years-old - is still a bona fide movie star that can carry just about any movie he inhabits.  Echoes of one of his most famous and popular films in TOP GUN are inevitable all throughout this biographical crime film in the sense that he once again plays the role of a cocky pilot.  Yet, this go around the actor plays a character that's refreshingly against the quintessential Cruise-ian type... 

Posted October 13, 2017

STRONGER (R) jjjj

Boston Strong

David Gordon Green's STRONGER is a new biographical drama that takes an intimate look at the 2013 Boston Marathon bombings, but it's certainly not the first film to tackle such subject matter over the course of the last year (Peter Berg's PATRIOT DAY beat Green's film out of the gate by several months).  What chiefly separates STRONGER, though, from previous attempts at detailing such a horrendous day of terrorism is that it's not ostensibly a police procedural the way Berg's film was...

Posted October 13, 2017

KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE

(R) jjj

A mostly finely tailored sequel

KINGSMAN: THE GOLDEN CIRCLE is, for the most part,  an exuberantly stylish and enjoyable spy adventure comedy that sometimes thinks - as most big budget and lavishly scaled franchise sequels do - that an increase in scale and scope somehow also leads to an increase in overall quality.  This follow-up entry to the series introductory chapter...

Posted September 30, 2017

THE LEGO NINJAGO MOVIE 

(PG-13) jj1/2

A slightly misassembled animated adventure

I'll be the very first to admit that I had no faith early on that the LEGO cinematic universe - is that a thing? - would be as thanklessly good as it has turned out to be.  Going into 2014's THE LEGO MOVIE - which launched the silver screen franchise - I was overcome with feelings that it was going to be a 90-plus minute mass marketed toy commercial masquerading as a feature film...

  Posted September 30, 2017

AMERICAN ASSASSIN (R) jjj

A reasonably solid Jason Bourne clone

AMERICAN ASSASSIN is a new spy/espionage action thriller adapted from Vince Flynn's 2010 novel of the same name, which in turn is part of a 16 volume literary series.  I can see Hollywood's yearning to crack Flynn's source material and churn it into the next would-be JASON BOURNE franchise, but AMERICAN ASSASSIN lacks the consummate production values, bravura style,  and headstrong confidence of that iconic series...

Posted September 30, 2017

MOTHER (R) jj

Oh...my...God!

The exclamation mark in the title of MOTHER! should serve as an ample warning for anyone journeying off the cinema to seek out director Darren Aronofsky's latest offering.  His new supernatural horror thriller (if that simplistic label even does it apt justice) received equal parts cheers and boos when it premiered at the Venice Film Festival, and after seeing it I can most definitely understand why...

Posted September 22, 2017

IT (R) jjj

A Pennywise for your thoughts

The new supernatural horror film IT - which, unless you've been living under a proverbial rock - is based on the cherished and iconic 1986 Stephen King novel of the name, which in turn was previously adapted into a mostly misguided made-for-TV miniseries in the early 1990's.  Now, this is actually the second silver screen appropriation of King's literary work that has been released in the last two months...

Posted September 22, 2017

GOON: LAST OF THE ENFORCERS

(R) j1/2  

This sports comedy sequel ain't any good, eh

I'm not entirely sure what GOON: LAST OF THE ENFORCERS - which is the sequel to the 2011 cult sports comedy hit GOON - is actually trying to say about enforcers in professional hockey.  Both films deal with the loveable punch drunk and white knuckled hockey player Doug "The Thug" Glatt and his unlikely journey to becoming an on ice tough guy...

Posted September 13, 2017

ROUGH NIGHT (R) j1/2   

Mildly amusing, but rough around the edges

ROUGH NIGHT is yet another hard R-rated party comedy in an awfully long and incredibly disposable line of them that thinks it's a hell of a lot more hilarious and novel than it actually is.  Outside of this film featuring an all female lead cast and being directed by a woman (Lucia Aniello, making her feature film debut), there's very little if any creative ambition on display here, which is abundantly evident within its first 30 minutes...

Posted September 13, 2017

WIND RIVER (R) jjjj

Surviving the silence and snow

The new fact-based murder mystery thriller WIND RIVER once again champions screenwriter Taylor Sheridan as a soulful and talented force in American cinema, especially for how he deals with flawed and tragic characters set against the foreboding backdrop of frontier life.  His previous screenplays - whether it be the drug thriller SICARIO or last year's superbly rendered modern western HELL OR HIGH WATER...

Posted September 5, 2017

BIRTH OF THE DRAGON 

(PG-13) jj

Doing a legend a grave injustice

The name Bruce Lee hardly requires any introduction by me, especially for those even modestly familiar with the man.  Without a doubt, he remains to this day - even several decades after his death - to be one of the most iconic Asian movie actors of his generation, if not one of the most recognizable stars in the history of the medium.  It's surprising, in retrospect, that a definitive silver screen biopic about his life and times has never fully seen the light of day...

Posted September 5, 2017

THE HITMAN'S BODYGUARD

(R) jj

Reynolds and Jackson can't protect this film from stale genre conventions

 

THE HITMAN'S BODYGUARD works sensationally well as a showpiece for its two lead stars Ryan Reynolds and Samuel L. Jackson; every time they share the same space in this new buddy action comedy the film coasts by on the strength of their shared charisma.  Unfortunately, nearly everything built around these actors is on regurgitated genre autopilot and becomes louder, dumber, and exponentially more generic with each new scene that progresses...

 

Posted August 30, 2017

LOGAN LUCKY  (PG-13) jjj

Ocean's 7/11

Steven Soderbergh publicly retired from directing films back in 2013 with his last feature being SIDE EFFECTS.   Or...did he?  Obvious sarcasm aside, the Oscar winning filmmaker eventually did soften up a tad on his then firm stance that he was going to actively stand down from making movies.  He made the HBO film BEHIND THE CANDELABRA and then worked on the small screen with THE KNICK.  Now comes the somewhat awfully titled LOGAN LUCKY...

Posted August 30, 2017

THE GLASS CASTLE (PG-13) jj1/2

A real life memoir that's dutifully Hollywoodized

THE GLASS CASTLE is a new fact based drama adapted from the 2005 memoir of the same name written by Jeannette Wall, which chronicled her rather unconventional and troubling childhood.  Directed by Destin Cretton (whom made a critical splash a few years back with his searing SHORT TERM 12), the film contains individual moments as powerfully raw and authentic as any that I've seen in a film this year, not to mention that its key performances are admirably moving and richly textured. ...

Posted August 21, 2017

COLOSSAL (R) jj1/2

Colossal creativity undone by colossally odd tonal shifts

Days after screening COLOSSAL I'm still struggling to process my feelings about how I feel about it.  On one hand, it's a highly inspired and remarkably novel genre mash-up that wholeheartedly defied my expectations.  It's also a film with more unbridled ambition and intrepid originality than most low budget indie fare.  On the other hand, COLOSSAL is so unrelentingly bizarre that it kind of becomes increasingly distracting as the film progresses...

Posted August 21, 2017

THE LOST CITY OF Z (PG-13) jj1/2

Into the heart of darkness

THE LOST CITY OF Z (pronounced "zed") is a new biographical adventure period film that concerns the real life events of famed British explorer Percy Fawcett, who made multiple attempts to locate an ancient lost city in the Amazon (which he believed to exist and be the last remains of El Dorado in the jungles of Brazil).  He tragically disappeared with his son while on an expedition in 1925 and was never heard from again...

Posted August 21, 2017

THE DARK TOWER (PG-13) j

Dark times are ahead for this franchise

Very few films that I've seen during my 13 years as a critic have failed as spectacularly at basic franchise world building as much as THE DARK TOWER, which seems to lazily rush itself out of the gate from its opening sequence with seemingly no creative game plan in place.  Of course, THE DARK TOWER is based on Stephen King's revered science fiction/fantasy/western literary odyssey...

Posted August 13, 2017

A GHOST STORY (R) jjjj

Paranormal activity

 

A GHOST STORY is not a horror thriller, despite what its title may hint at.  It's more of a hypnotically haunting mood piece than a viscerally violent and frightening film.  That's ultimately what makes David Lowery's ultra low budget $100,000 indie effort so enthralling: It's both a challenging slow burn affair about the purgatory-like existence for a recently deceased man, but it's also a deeply melancholic and thoroughly moving piece...

 

Posted August 13, 2017

DETROIT (R) jjj1/2

A timely drama about racial intolerance

DETROIT is the new period crime drama from director Kathryn Bigelow and writer Mike Boal, the same tandem behind the 2008 Oscar winning film THE HURT LOCKER as well as their follow-up effort, 2012's ZERO DARK THIRTY.  Both of those films - two of the very best of their respective decades - were pulse poundingly thrilling historical narratives that dealt with deeply polarizing military conflicts...

Posted August 13, 2017

ATOMIC BLONDE (R) jjj1/2

Move over, Mr. Wick

ATOMIC BLONDE has been aggressively compared to the JOHN WICK series, which is both understandable and somewhat redundant.  The co-director of the first JOHN WICK, David Leitch, appears behind the camera in ATOMIC BLONDE, making his solo directorial debut.  The film was also heavily advertised on a level of unleashing a considerable amount of JOHN WICK-ian bone crunching and blood-spraying mayhem...

Posted August 5, 2017

TO THE BONE

(No MPAA Rating) jjj

Treating a disease of the mind and body

TO THE BONE is a new Netflix Film that tackles an extremely serious subject matter that often never gets dealt with in major Hollywood mainstream theatrical features - eating disorders and how they physically and mentally ravage away on people that suffer from them.  Yes, there have been many past films that have dealt with mental illness in one form or another, but eating disorders like anorexia are a whole other type of mysterious and damning one altogether...

Posted August 5, 2017

UNFORGETTABLE (R) j

As disposable as it is forgettable

Very few films from the year thus far have been on embarrassing autopilot as much as UNFORGETTABLE, which comes off as so monotonously archaic as a genre entry that you'll left wanting to shake your head, reach out to your smart phone, and quickly check the date to ensure that you haven't time warped to a cinema 20-plus years ago...

Posted August 5, 2017

DUNKIRK (PG-13) jjj

WWII - Nolanized

Hardly anyone needs to be reminded at this point that Christopher Nolan is one of the most dominant and assured film directors working in contemporary cinema.  Over the course of the last decade-plus the British auteur has put his unique esoteric stamp on a rich variety of genres, showing him to be completely unafraid of any silver screen challenge...

Posted July 30, 2017

VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS (PG-13) jj

A real space oddity

The new science fiction space opera VALERIAN AND THE CITY OF A THOUSAND PLANETS is one of the most visually breathtaking films that I've ever seen.  Based on the French comic book series VALERIAN and LAURELINE by Pierre Christin and Jean-Claude Mezieres and directed by Luc Besson - whom previously made the 1997 cult sci-fi hit THE FIFTH ELEMENT...

Posted July 30, 2017 

WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES 

(PG-13) jjjj

HAIL, CAESAR!

WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES is the third entry in the rebooted series of the iconic franchise of yesteryear...and it's far and away the most emotionally enriching, dramatically gripping, and thematically compelling entry yet.  Writer/director Matt Reeves - triumphantly returning to the helm after successfully quarterbacking the last installment, 2014's DAWN OF THE PLANET OF THE APES...

Posted July 24, 2017 

THE BIG SICK (R) jjj1/2 

A solid remedy for the unhealthy romcom genre

Someone asked me the other day what movie genre that I thought was on the verge of going on life support.  I matter of factly responded with the romcom, seeing as nearly every storytelling convention and stale and overused troupe has been literally done to death over the years to the point of ad nauseam.  But then along comes little proverbial diamonds in the rough like THE BIG SICK to remind me that, yes, the genre can still be one of renewed vitality...

Posted July 24, 2017 

SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING

(PG-13) jj1/2 

A not entirely amazing return home

SPIDER-MAN: HOMECOMING marks the second time in 15 years that Marvel Comics' most iconic property has been cinematically rebooted.  Let that settle in for a bit.  After the Sam Raimi quarterbacked and Tobey Maguire Spidey trilogy of the early to late 2000's (two of which were great, with the last film being overstuffed and undisciplined) came the Mark Webb helmed grittier and darker reboot...

Posted July 17, 2017 

T2: TRAINSPOTTING (R) jj1/2 

A wasteful overdose of nostalgia

The original TRAINSPOTTING, make no mistake about it, was a seminal film of the 1990's and one that had an immediate and seismic impact on the movie pop culture of its decade.  Danny Boyle's multiple Oscar nominated drug infused black comedy not only helped cement its director as a unique new filmmaking maverick with an ultra intense kinetic and hallucinatory aesthetic, but it also established its star Ewan McGregor as a future Hollywood A-lister...

Posted July 17, 2017 

THE HOUSE  (R) jj

Failing to double down on Ferrell and Poehler

There's a scene in the new comedy THE HOUSE that features a deranged Will Ferrell wielding an axe while threatening to hurt a compulsive gambler that was caught cheating while at his own home run underground casino.  I couldn't decide whether I should have found this positively hysterical or positively frightening...

Posted July 8, 2017 

BABY DRIVER  (R) jjjj

Of autos and iPads

BABY DRIVER shows writer/director Edgar Wright at the absolute zenith of his technical filmmaking prowess.  After taking a far-too-long sabbatical from his last film, 2013's underrated THE WORLD'S END (the third film in his self-anointed Cornetto Trilogy, comprised of 2007's HOT FUZZ and 2004's SHAUN OF THE DEAD), the British filmmaker has made a triumphant return in this joyously energized, audaciously crafted, and robustly creative heist action thriller...

Posted July 8, 2017

TRANSFORMERS: THE LAST KNIGHT

(R) 1/2j

Marky Mark and his funky robot bunch return

Once again I had to suffer through yet another nonsensically plotted, horrendously overproduced, and self indulgently long TRANSFORMERS sequel.  As I left the cinema in stupefied silence and consumed with feelings of absolute worthlessness and emptiness, I tried to ponder the mindsets of the creative forces behind this creatively bankrupt endeavor...

Posted July 8, 2017

THE BELKO EXPERIMENT (R) j1/2

An experiment not worth conducting

I have no idea what kind of film THE BELKO EXPERIMENT was trying to be, which ultimately made for an endlessly frustrating viewing experience for me.  It contains a premise that, on paper, is wondrously ripe for potential as a cutting edge satire on workplace office culture, but instead the film monotonously and nauseatingly becomes an gory orgy of sadistic violence...

Posted July 8, 2017

MEGAN LEAVEY  (PG-13) jjj

Tales of a canine war hero

MEGAN LEAVEY is a new fact based war drama about a particular subject matter that rarely, if ever, gets covered for these types of genre films: military K-9 units that serve with the fighting men and women on the frontlines.  War films have been a relative and proverbial dime-a-dozen over the course of the last several decades, so imbuing them with newfangled freshness proves to be a rather daunting challenge for filmmakers...

Posted June 27, 2017

IT COMES AT NIGHT  (R) jjjj

A reverse engineered zombie thriller

Just before I screened IT COMES AT NIGHT I watched three trailers for upcoming horror thrillers.  All of them were edited in exactly the same way.  All of them had the exact same jump scare music cues.  And all of them suffered from repetitive sameness and felt wholly and disposable interchangeable.  None of them made me enthusiastic about this well worn genre; there wasn't an iota of creativity present within them...

Posted June 27, 2017

AFTERMATH (R) jj1/2 

The last inaction hero

Actors usually become substantially more compelling on screen as they grown older, wiser and reach the tail end of their careers.  Arnold Schwarzenegger is no exception, not because he wasn't an authoritative screen presence in a multitude of his past films, but rather because now - at a relatively ripe old age of 69 - he's beginning to tackle more subtle and introverted parts that play up to his advancing years.  Gone are the days when Au-nald can plausibly play unstoppable chiseled behemoths...

Posted June 27, 2017

THE MUMMY  

(PG-13) jj

A franchise starter that's best left buried

Tom Cruise hardly needs defending.  He's one of the most dependably and consistently bankable movie stars on the planet and, as far as his peers are concerned, is one of the pre-eminent cinematic showman of his generation.  He puts his body and life on the limb for his art in incalculably crazy ways that has to be commended.  At a ripe, yet super humanly youthful looking 54-years old...

Posted June 17, 2017

 

 

 

A CURE FOR WELLNESS

(R) jj1/2

 

BAYWATCH

(R) 1/2j

 

WONDER WOMAN

(PG-13) jjjj

 

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN:

DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES

(PG-13)

jj1/2 

 

WAR MACHINE

(No MPAA Rating) 

jj1/2 

 

ALIEN: COVENANT

(Rjj

 

SNATCHED

(Rjj1/2

 

KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD

(PG-13jj

 

THE WALL  

(Rjjj1/2

 

FIFTY SHADES DARKER

(R1/2j  

 

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: VOL 2

(PG-13)

jj1/2

 

THE CIRCLE

(PG-13jj

 

FREE FIRE

(Rjj

 

GIFTED

(PG-13jjj

 

PHOENIX FORGOTTEN

(PG-13jj

 

THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS

(PG-13jj1/2

 

THE ZOOKEEPER'S WIFE

(PG-13jjj

 

GOING IN STYLE

(PG-13jj1/2

 

GHOST IN THE SHELL

(PG-13)

jj1/2

 

CHIPS (Rj

 

POWER RANGERS

(PG-13jj1/2

 

LIFE

(Rjjj

 

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST 

(PG)

jj1/2 

 

BEFORE I FALL

(PG-13jjj

 

KONG: SKULL ISLAND 

(PG-13)

jj1/2  

 

LOGAN 

(Rjjjj

 

MONSTER TRUCKS

(PGjj

 

GET OUT

(Rjjj

 

FIST FIGHT

(Rj1/2  

 

THE GREAT WALL

(PG-13

jj1/2  

 

JOHN WICK: 

CHAPTER 2

(Rjjjj