Annihilation Review: Alex Garland’s Latest Is A Stunning Sci-fi Film

Director Alex Garland blends high concept sci-fi with stunning visuals and a dash of horror for an exciting female-led film in Annihilation. Based on the book of the same name by Jeff VanderMeer – the first in his Southern Reach Trilogy – Annihilation is the second big screen directorial effort from Alex Garland. Garland made a name for himself in Hollywood by working on a number of high-concept science fiction scripts, including 28 … [Read more...]

Venom Trailer Reveals First Look At Tom Hardy’s Symbiote Movie

Sony released the first trailer for Venom. Last year, Sony Pictures surprised superhero fans by announcing they were developing a live-action Venom movie starring Tom Hardy and directed by Zombieland’s Ruben Fleischer. The announcement arrived just before Sony and Marvel Studios released Spider-Man: Homecoming, the first film starring Tom Holland’s Peter Parker after he made his Marvel Cinematic Universe debut in Captain America: … [Read more...]

Fifty Shades Freed Review: Married Life With Ana & Christian

Fifty Shades Freed brings the E.L. James’ book-based trilogy to its climax with plenty of sex, overwrought drama, and unintentional humor. Fifty Shades Freed is the final installment in the trilogy of movies based on the book series by E.L. James that was first published in 2011. Fifty Shades of Grey, the movie from director Sam Taylor-Johnson and writer Kelly Marcel, launched the film trilogy in 2015. However, Fifty Shades of Grey received … [Read more...]

Watch Every Super Bowl 52 Movie & TV Trailer

Hollywood is debuting a number of new movie and TV show trailers at Super Bowl LII – starting days before the big game even kicked off – and they’re all available to watch right here. Each year, the Super Bowl is a massive event not only in the world of professional sports but entertainment in general; while more than 100 million viewers tune in to watch the Super Bowl in the United States alone, not all of them watch for the … [Read more...]

John Boyega’s Jaeger Battles Kaiju in Pacific Rim Uprising Trailer

Legendary released a new trailer for Pacific Rim Uprising. In 2013, writer-director Guillermo del Toro released Pacific Rim, a sci-fi blockbuster that featured massive robots – called Jaegers – piloted by drift compatible humans battling kaiju monsters from another dimension. Though the film ended with the remaining Jaeger pilots successfully closing the breach between Earth and the kaiju realm, suffering a number of losses along the … [Read more...]

Maze Runner: The Death Cure Review – The Trilogy Ends With a Shrug

Maze Runner: The Death Cure provides a satisfactory concluding chapter to the YA dystopian trilogy, and little else beyond action spectacle. When The Maze Runner first arrived in theaters in 2014, it was amid the heyday of sci-fi dystopian action films based on young adult novels. The Hunger Games had found a great deal of success with its second installment, The Hunger Games: Catching Fire, and Divergent had just launched a film franchise that … [Read more...]

Proud Mary Review: Taraji P. Henson Shines in Routine Action Flick

Proud Mary is an entertaining enough thriller with some flare from director Babak Najafi, but works best as Taraji P. Henson’s action vehicle. Proud Mary is the latest movie following a leading character with a particular set of skills who’s essentially a one-man army – or, in this case, a one-woman army. Films like John Wick, its sequel John Wick: Chapter 2, and The Commuter all put their own spin on this kind of action movie … [Read more...]

Exclusive: North American Trailer For Bilal: A New Breed of Hero

Bilal: A New Breed of Hero, the award-winning computer-animated feature film, gets a new trailer ahead of its North American theatrical release. The movie first debuted in 2015 at the International Dubai Film Festival and was released throughout the Middle East and North African region in September 2016. Although Bilal: A New Breed of Hero received largely positive reviews at the time, it failed to perform well at the box office. However, the … [Read more...]

Pitch Perfect 3 Review: The Trilogy Ends With an A-ca Whimper

Pitch Perfect 3 offers a satisfying conclusion to the a capella series, but sacrifices heart and substance for bizarre, over-the-top story choices. Pitch Perfect 3 reunites the Barden Bellas for one last tour in the third outing of the movie franchise focused on a collegiate a capella singing group. When the first Pitch Perfect hit theaters in 2012, it was amid the heyday of FOX’s Glee, a TV series that had given rise to a wave of … [Read more...]

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review – The Saga Continues in Epic Fashion

Star Wars: The Last Jedi builds upon Star Wars history for a more expansive, high-stakes adventure with plenty of fresh – and classic – elements. Star Wars: Episode VIII – The Last Jedi is the middle chapter of Lucasfilm’s latest trilogy set within the Star Wars universe, though this is the first trilogy since Disney acquired the studio – and the first without original creator George Lucas at the creative helm. Instead, … [Read more...]

Darkest Hour Review

Joe Wright’s Darkest Hour stylishly follows Winston Churchill’s early days as Prime Minister with a transformative performance from Gary Oldman. Darkest Hour is director Joe Wright’s latest project, with the filmmaker tackling the historical figure of British Prime Minister Winston Churchill in his early days in the position during World War II. The director is no stranger to period pieces, having helmed 2005’s Pride and … [Read more...]

Channing Tatum Spins A Yeti Tall Tale in Smallfoot Trailer

Warner Bros. unveiled the first trailer for Smallfoot, an animated Yeti adventure film. Disney and Pixar are undoubtedly the biggest powerhouses in the realm of animated family-friendly movies, but they aren’t the only successful animation studios in Hollywood. Illumination Entertainment has made serious strides in recent years with their Despicable Me series – which spawned the Minions movie that grossed over $1 billion. Plus, … [Read more...]

A Wrinkle in Time Trailer #2 Teases Ava DuVernay’s Sci-Fi Adventure

Disney unveiled the second trailer for Ava DuVernay’s A Wrinkle In Time during the 2017 American Music Awards. Based on the science fiction/fantasy novel by Madeleine L’Engle, Disney has been developing the adaptation for some time, but it wasn’t until DuVernay joined A Wrinkle in Time in 2016 that there seemed to be real momentum behind the project. After being given a 2018 release date, A Wrinkle in Time wrapped filming … [Read more...]