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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

BAYWATCH (R) 1/2j

A washed up comedic dead zone

I'll start this review with a very simple and beyond obvious question: Was anyone on planet Earth really clamoring for a big budget movie adaptation...of BAYWATCH?  I pose this question after just having seen the extremely wrongheaded and pitifully awful CHiPS, another large scale silver screen appropriation of a small screen program.  BAYWATCH tries, I think, to be a would-be uproarious send-up of the original 1980's/1990's TV show...

Posted June 17, 2017

A CURE FOR WELLNESS (R) jj1/2

A lushly shot mess of a psychological horror thriller

 

Gore Verbinski's A CURE FOR WELLNESS is one of those head scratching films that leaves you with overwhelming feelings that it should be infinitely better than the final product.  The film marks a return to the psychological horror genre that the filmmaker once tackled early on in his career with THE RING, not to mention that, visually at least, it's as breathtakingly shot and endlessly sumptuous to look at as anything he's made...

 

Posted June 17, 2017

WONDER WOMAN  

(PG-13) jjjj

A beacon of hope for the DCEU...and comic book movies

As a boy I fondly remember growing up and worshipping Richard Donner's SUPERMAN: THE MOVIE and how that film elicited in my young mind equal sensations of limitless awe, wonder, and unbridled joy as a fan of super heroes and comic books.  For the first time ever, I marveled at the exploits of the Man of Steel and, despite his extraterrestrial nature and godlike powers, he felt like a relatable average Joe to me.  Superman simply felt...real...

Posted June 6, 2017

PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN:

DEAD MEN TELL NO TALES

(PG-13) jj1/2 

A sequel that's creatively walking the plank

The PIRATES OF THE CARIBBEAN cinematic universe has always maintained a love/hate relationship with many film critics.  The first one way, way back in 2013 was infinitely better than any film based on a popular amusement park ride had any business of being.  THE CURSE OF THE BLACK PEARL was triumphant in overcoming pre-release negative press and emerging as a genuine original for the swashbuckling pirate genre...

Posted June 5, 2017

WAR MACHINE (No MPAA Rating) jj1/2 

A war satire with a script that needs liberating

The new Netflix Original Film WAR MACHINE - based on the 2012 nonfiction book THE OPERATORS by Michael Hastings - is a semi-fictionalized chronicle of the firing of U.S. Army General Stanley McChrystal, who led a team in Afghanistan back in the late 2000's.  Names and details have been changed in the film, but WAR MACHINE is not endeavoring to be a facts oriented docudrama, but rather an ultra black comedy and satire about America's troubled history in the Middle East...and the moral chaos and ethical madness of war and combat in general...

Posted June 5, 2017

ALIEN: COVENANT (Rjj

In space...no one can hear you *sigh*

Ridley Scott's 2012 sci-fi thriller PROMETHEUS - his first behind the camera at the time since 1982's BLADE RUNNER - was released to much audience and critical polarization.  The first film in a proposed sort-of-a-prequel, but not-exactly-a-prequel trilogy to Scott's 1979 franchise starter ALIEN, PROMETHEUS did, in my estimation, what great series films - sequel or prequel - should do: Take the established mythology and audaciously take it in fresh new directions...

Posted May 27, 2017

SNATCHED (Rjj1/2

Not putting the "fun" in "unrefundable"

For all intents and purposes, the new odd couple road comedy SNATCHED should have been a proverbial home run.  It stars Amy Schumer, who made a very auspicious cinematic debut starring in and writing Judd Apatow's TRAINWRECK.  Her co-star is Hollywood legend Goldie Hawn, coming out of a long retirement since last appearing in 2002's THE BANGER SISTERS.  And SNATCHED's director is Jonathan Levine, whom previously helmed a couple terribly underrated comedies in 50/50 and WARM BODIES...

Posted May 27, 2017

KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD

(PG-13jj

King Arthur Begins

KING ARTHUR: LEGEND OF THE SWORD is the seemingly umpteenth retelling of the classic Arthurian legend, only this time heavily amping up on the pure fantastical elements.  Directed with enthusiasm - perhaps a bit too much for his own good...more on that later - by Guy Ritchie (whom previously retooled another iconic property in SHERLOCK HOLMES)...

Posted May 20, 2017

THE WALL (Rjjj1/2  

A refreshingly insular look at a larger conflict

Not to be confused with THE GREAT WALL from earlier this year, THE WALL is a new American War film that's a frequently masterful exercise in minimalist filmmaking economy.  Featuring three actors (one of which appears in voice only off camera) and containing a singular setting throughout its taut and lean 81 minutes, the film is not so much a war film or a commentary on the nature of war, per se, as much as it is a chillingly suspenseful outdoor survival thriller...

Posted May 20, 2017

FIFTY SHADES DARKER (R1/2j  

Someone should permanently cover up this franchise

Staring at a blank white wall for two plus hours would have been a more erotic experience than watching FIFTY SHADES DARKER, the second film in the - dear God, help us all - trilogy of films based on the popular literary series by E.L. James (I'm using the term "literary" ever-so-loosely).   A follow-up film to 2015's FIFTY SHADES OF GREY, this sequel makes miniscule improvements over its antecedent...

Posted May 20, 2017

GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY: VOL 2

(PG-13jj1/2  

Too much volume, not enough substance

2012's GUARDIANS OF THE GALAXY had no business being as financially successful - and good, for that matter - as it was, seeing as it was a real creative Hail Mary by Marvel and Disney to take a C-grade and virtually unknown comic book property and somehow make it mainstream.  The highly risky gamble paid off handsomely, as the film not only become one of the most cherished in all of the Marvel Cinematic Universe, but this humble critic coveted it so much that he put it on his list of the Ten Best Films of its year...

Posted May 12, 2017

THE CIRCLE (PG-13jj

A Big Brother thriller that needs tech support 

THE CIRCLE is a very dumb movie about some very smart ideas and themes.  What makes the experience of watching it all the more frustrating and disappointing is that there's real talent both in front of and behind the camera. Based on the 2013 cautionary tech thriller novel of the same name by David Eggers, this film adaptation is directed by James Ponsoldt, whom previously made one of the of the best coming of age romance dramas of recent memory in the criminally under-seen THE SPECTACULAR NOW...

Posted May 12, 2017

FREE FIRE  (Rjj

An antiquated Tarantino knock-off

Remember back in the early to mid 1990's when Quentin Tarantino burst onto the movie scene with RESERVOIR DOGS and PULP FICTION, which showcased his highly unique amalgam of blood curdling violence and poetically verbose and pop culture riffing criminal degenerates?  I know.  I do too.  Good times...

Posted April 30, 2017

GIFTED  (PG-13jjj

A family drama bestowed with richly textured characters

GIFTED, at least on paper, certainly sounds like one of those cheaply melodramatic feel-good TV movies of the week.  It concerns a brilliant female math prodigy - just 7-years-old - that becomes embroiled in a child custody hearing between her grandmother and her uncle, the latter which has cared for the "gifted" youngling since she was a baby, during which time her mother committed suicide.  The overall premise of this film for me going in was a real turn-off...

Posted April 30, 2017

PHOENIX FORGOTTEN  (PG-13jj

A found footage thriller starved of innovation

My overall appetite for found footage films has been seriously waning over the years, and very few recent examples (like PROJECT ALMANAC and INTO THE STORM) haven't given me any serious reason to renew my past enthusiasm for this tired and rapidly running out of gas genre.  PHOENIX FORGOTTEN is yet another example of the found footage thriller that appropriates most of its aesthetic accouterments...

Posted April 30, 2017

THE FATE OF THE FURIOUS

(PG-13jj1/2

A series that's showing signs of stalling

Remember way, way back in 2001 when the first FAST AND FURIOUS film was released, well before it improbably spawned seven sequels and grossed $4 billion in global ticket sales?  Looking back it's quite amazing to consider that it was, for all intents and purposes, a not-so-subtle POINT BREAK knock-off about the underground world of street racing that involved crooks illegally racing their souped up muscle cars and imports when they weren't stealing DVD players...

Posted April 23, 2017

THE ZOOKEEPER'S WIFE

(PG-13jjj

The Holocaust via a different unseen lens

As a student of history, I've always found the historical war genre to be right up my alley.  In particular, I appreciate films that find a unique viewfinder through which to look at and examine past events that we think have been covered from all possible angles.  There have been countless dramas about World War II and the Holocaust, but THE ZOOKEEPER'S WIFE...

Posted April 23, 2017

GOING IN STYLE (PG-13jj1/2

Grumpy old heist men

GOING IN STYLE is cinematic comfort food: It's simply prepared, has nostalgic and sentimental value, tastes relatively good and goes down without much fuss.  The film has multiple identities - it's a remake, a grumpy old men comedy of errors, and a bank heist film.  Most importantly, it's a gathering together of three industry thespian heavyweight titans of the movies in Michael Caine, Morgan Freeman, and Alan Arkin...

Posted April 16, 2017

CHIPS (Rj

Someone should write the makers a ticket

CHIPS is so infuriatingly awful in so many head spinning ways that I grew angrier just thinking about them as I endured its 100 minutes.  This is a remake that, as far as I believe, no one really was clamoring for.  More specifically, it's a remake of a late 1970's/early 1980's TV series that many filmgoers today arguably haven't watched, let alone heard of...

Posted April 16, 2017

GHOST IN THE SHELL

(PG-13jj1/2

A beautiful outer shell of a film that's lacking soul on the inside

Confession time:  I've never seen the 1995 anime sci-fi film GHOST IN THE SHELL, which in turn was adapted from the manga series of the same name by Masamune Shirow.  On a positive, I ventured into the live action adaptation of the anime film with an open mind and infinitely less baggage than those that worshipped the original.  There's no denying, though, that GHOST IN THE SHELL's influence on the genre can be felt in innumerable ways...

Posted April 7, 2017

POWER RANGERS (PG-13jj1/2

A reboot that doesn't mightily morph enough

This film is not for me.  There...I said it.  I was bordering on adulthood when the original children's television super hero program MIGHTY MORPHIN' POWER RANGERS hit the air in the early 1990's, which meant that my exposure to it was minimal, to say the least.  It inexplicably became a pop culture phenomenon for young viewers of its era, inexplicable because the series, let's face it, was ultra schlocky from a level of its low rent production standards...

Posted April 7, 2017

LIFE (Rjjj

It's very cold...in spaaaaaace

The new science fiction horror thriller LIFE is a beyond obvious ALIEN knock-off, but it's also an exceedingly well oiled, exemplarily crafted, and reasonably suspenseful ALIEN knockoff that segregates itself far apart from other genre copycats.  Director Daniel Espinosa (SAFE HOUSE) and writers Rhett Reese and Paul Wernick (DEADPOOL) are not trying to hide behind the fact that they're appropriating many of the core elements that made Ridley Scott's 1979 film...

Posted March 31, 2017

BEAUTY AND THE BEAST 

(PGjj1/2  

Remakes old as time

When I was growing up I always considered Disney as a highly rare breed of movie studio that celebrated and sold its very own unique brand of cinemagic.  Lately, though, they've been certainly guilty of abandoning pioneering creativity and have instead opted to lazily mine their very own catalogue of classic and iconic animated films in order to turn them into live action updates...

Posted March 31, 2017

BEFORE I FALL (PG-13jjj

Diary of a time looping mean girl

It would be deceptively easy to label BEFORE I FALL as a one note GROUNDHOG DAY rip-off.  Based on its premise alone, I can just picture how this young adult drama was pitched to a studio head: "Imagine the classic 1993 Bill Murray day looping comedy morphed with MEAN GIRLS, but done in a vastly more solemn and macabre manner...

Posted March 31, 2017

KONG: SKULL ISLAND 

(PG-13jj1/2  

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

 

FIST FIGHT

(Rj1/2  

 

THE GREAT WALL

(PG-13

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JOHN WICK: 

CHAPTER 2

(Rjjjj

 

THE LEGO BATMAN MOVIE

(PG

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THE SPACE BETWEEN US

(PG-13jj

 

JACKIE

(Rjj1/2  

 

MANCHESTER BY THE SEA

(Rjjj1/2  

 

SPLIT

(Rjj

 

xXx: RETURN OF XANDER CAGE

(PG-13jj

 

THE FOUNDER

(PG-13jjj1/2  

 

SILENCE

(Rjjj1/2 

 

A MONSTER CALLS

(PG-13jjj1/2 

 

LIVE BY NIGHT

(Rjjj

 

UNDERWORLD: BLOOD WARS

(R1/2j

 

LA LA LAND

(PG-13jjjj

 

FENCES

(PG-13jjj

 

COLLATERAL BEAUTY

(PG-13)

zero stars

 

PASSENGERS

(PG-13jj1/2 

 

ASSASSIN'S CREED

(PG-13)

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ROGUE ONE: A STAR WARS STORY

(PG-13jjj1/2 

 

OFFICE CHRISTMAS PARTY

(Rjjj

 

NOCTURNAL ANIMALS

(Rjj1/2 

 

LOVING

(PG-13jjjj

 

ALLIED

(Rjjj

 

RULES DON'T APPLY

(PG-13jj1/2 

 

BILLY LYNN'S LONG HALFTIME WALK

(Rjj

 

THE EDGE OF SEVENTEEN

(R)  jjj1/2

 

FANTASTIC BEASTS AND WHERE TO FIND THEM

(PG-13)

jjj

 

ARRIVAL

(PG-13jjjj

 

BLOOD FATHER

(Rjjj

 

DOCTOR STRANGE 

(PG-13jjj

 

HACKSAW RIDGE

(Rjjj1/2  

 

INFERNO

(PG-13j

 

KEEPING UP WITH THE JONESES

(PG-13jjj