It has been days since I saw Mission: Impossible – Fallout, but I haven’t stopped thinking about this scene for a single second.
Unfriended: Dark Web is no V/H/S 2.
For the fourth time in a row, a Purge movie has fallen severely short of its potential.
There’s a scene in the movie that is clearly intended to get a big audience reaction, but from my experience, it didn’t. Why not?
The ending of Avengers: Infinity War is nothing short of jaw-dropping.
*This post will contain spoilers for A Quiet Place* The premise of A Quiet Place sounds like something a screenwriting professor would come up with as a way of explaining the principle of “show, don’t tell.” If you want audiences to understand how the world of your film works, the teacher would say, you shouldn’t have a…
Is Ready Player One a dark story about a society so obsessed with wallowing in nostalgia and wasting time on an online game that it has no issue letting the real world crumble? Or is it a loving ode to geekdom and a celebration of how nostalgia and online worlds can bring people together and serve as a…