I’m a huge fan of Guy Ritchie’s first two films: Lock, Stock, and Two Smoking Barrels (1998) and Snatch (2000).  Mr. Ritchie followed that up with Swept Away in 2o02, which remains the only film Mr. Ritchie has directed that I haven’t seen.  It was brutally panned

The Last Blockbuster is a documentary film, directed by Taylor Morden and written & produced by Zeke Kamm, that chronicles the rise and fall of the once-ubiquitous video rental company Blockbuster Video.  It also shines a light on the very last Blockbuster that is still open and

I enjoyed the first two Thor films, though in hindsight I think both count among the weaker of the MCU films.  Thor: Ragnarok, directed by Taika Waititi, was a glorious surprise and a thrilling reinvention of the Thor character.  It was epic and exciting and also deliriously funny a

Ewan McGregor’s performance as Obi-Wan Kenobi was one of my favorite aspects of the Star Wars prequel films (films that I otherwise tmostly disliked).  But I loved Mr. McGregor’s depiction of a young Obi-Wan, particularly in Episode III, when Obi-Wan was at the height of