We’ve reached the end of my list of my Favorite Movies of 2018! Click here for part one of my list, and click here for part two, and click here for part three. 5. Won’t You Be My Neighbor? — Like so many of my generation, I grew up watching Mr. Rogers’ Neighbo
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.
Inherent Vice is a wonderful film, funny and engaging, a gloriously bizarre journey through a world of drugs and crime and real estate (and dentistry) in 1970’s Los Angeles. Adapted from a novel by Thomas Pynchon (which I now desperately want to read), the film was written and d
For me, growing up, Frank Miller was one of the gods of comic books. He seemed to be a master of the form of a super-hero comic-book, crafting some of the finest mainstream super-hero comic-book stories I had ever read (his long run on Daredevil; Batman: Year One; The Dark Knight Re
I had a feeling this one was gonna be good. I’m glad I was right. With Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel Studios has blown the doors off of their cinematic universe in a big, big way. This is a huge movie, filled with crazy alien planets and creatures and hugely original chara
It’s been ten years since the last Men in Black film. (Men in Black 2 came out in 2o02, and the first Men in Black came out back in 1997.) That’s a long, long time for a movie series to lie fallow. Is there an example of a sequel to a film franchise being released [&
Sometimes I get DVDs and I watch them immediately, devouring the movie and the special features within 24 hours. Sometimes I’ll get a DVD and, for one reason or another, it will sit on my shelf for months and months. Such was the case with the Director’s Cut of Ridley