Every year at WonderCon, Warner Bros screens one of its animated titles. Last year saw us watch the deliciously demented Batman Ninja, where Batman, his family/friends, and rogues gallery got Continue Reading
Us is a film that’s merely entertaining, the strain of all of the elements spoken and unspoken ultimately weighing the film down.
Widows is the kind of high quality studio fare adults have been begging for in the age of the big blockbuster. It’s whip smart, flawlessly directed, and ferociously acted, all Continue Reading
As a requirement of being in AP Art History during my senior year of high school, I was required to attend a field trip to the SF museum of modern Continue Reading
As one of the first movies I dove into with regards to 1979, Breaking Away provided a wonderful insight into a community and world that seems forgotten (midwest college towns), Continue Reading