Reviews

Review: The LEGO Ninjago Movie

Between The LEGO Movie and The LEGO Batman Movie, its harder to imagine the LEGO brand getting off to a hotter start in film. Both films not only...

Review: Mother!

Few filmmakers today inspire as much excitement and ire as Darren Aronofsky. While he has some sure fire masterpieces such as Requiem For a Dream, most...

Review: Marjorie Prime

Science fiction has always been a canvas for filmmakers to explore social or existential ideas, but that is often forgotten in our blockbuster-oriented society....

Review: IT

When approaching a movie like 2017's IT, it's important to try and not compare this film to the Tim Curry version that was made...

Review: Ingrid Goes West

Some may be disappointed with many of this year's big summer blockbusters, but it has undeniably been a fantastic few months for arthouse cinema. Wind...

Review: Goon: Last Of The Enforcers

Good hockey films are hard to come by, which made 2012's indie comedy Goon such a wonderful surprise. Featuring a bevy of belly laughs alongside some...

Review: Wind River

Whether its prestige pictures or as a bow-carrying hero, Jeremy Renner has proven himself to being one of the most reliable supporting players in...

Review: Good Time

Robert Pattinson has quietly grown into one of Hollywood's best young actors. Some film fans may still write him off for being a sparkly...

Review: The Hitman’s Bodyguard

After years of receiving hate from comic book fans around for his lackluster takes on Green Lantern and Deadpool (the latter not quite being...

Review: Logan Lucky

Over his nearly thirty year career, few directors have shown similar levels of versatility and skill as Steven Soderbergh. Whether its a deep study...