And so we reach the end of my look back at my favorite movies of 2017! Click here for part one of my list, click here for part two, and click here for part three! And now, here are my five favorite movies of 2017: 5. The Big Sick — The Big Sick, written by Kumail Nanjiani
Let me get right to it: Blade Runner: 2049 is a masterpiece, a worthy sequel to Ridley Scott’s iconic original film. I would not have imagined it possible, but here it is. Blade Runner: 2049 is as mysterious and thoughtful and enigmatic as the original, asking deep questions
We’ve reached the end of my list of my Top Twenty Movies of 2016! Click here for numbers twenty through sixteen, click here for numbers fifteen through eleven, and click here for numbers ten through six. And now, my top five favorite movies of 2016! 5. Hail, Caesar! — I
As the film Arrival opens, we are introduced to Dr. Louise Banks (Amy Adams), a linguist living a quiet, solitary life following the death of her daughter. That life is shaken when Earth is visited by extra-terrestrial life, with twelve enormous round objects appearing in different
As Sicario opens, FBI agent Kate Macer (Emily Blunt) and her partner Reggie Wayne (Daniel Kaluuya) raid a house in Arizona looking for kidnapping victims, only to discover that hidden inside the walls of the house are the gruesome remains of dozens of dead victims of the drug cartels.