Has anyone else out there forgotten about 2010s Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time? Until it showed up on Disney+ recently, I’m not going to lie. I forgot all about it
Be ready for a stop motion adventure like no other while enjoying Wes Anderson’s Fantastic Mr. Fox.
I recommend watching this film at least once if you’re looking for a film that will build suspense and mystery in a smart way leaving you with a taste of a Tarantino-esque vibe. Expect the unexpected while watching Bad Times at the El Royale.
Film: A Knight’s Tale Directed By: Brian HelgelandStarring: Heath Ledger, Shannyn Sossamon, Paul Bettany, Rufus Sewell, Alan Tudyk, Mark Addy, Laura Fraser, James Purefoy, Bérénice Bejo, and Christopher Cazenove. Key Details: Released in 2001, A Knight’s Tale is an Adventure / Comedy film about changing ones stars jousting throughout Medieval Europe. Ratings: IMDB: 6.9/10 RottenContinue reading “A Knight’s Tale Still Holds up!”
Greyhound was a good film for many reasons:Tom Hanks leading as a Navy Commander showing the challenges of leadership and being alone at sea is one of them.
Solo: A Star Wars Story was the film we got and it was a step in the right direction despite its many holes.
Set against the tones and vibe of Sweden, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo shows us how unsolved mysteries can be solved by unlikely partners.
Annabelle: Creation was a thrilling film that served its purpose to tell the origin of the Annabelle doll and scare us at the same time.
In Spotlight a new editor arrives at the Boston Globe the team is invited to do a deep dive into the charges against John Geoghan. As the team digs deeper into their investigation for the truth they turn the community upside down when they release a story that shook the world in early 2002.
While Annabelle may not be my favorite film in the Conjuring universe it was good enough to add to my list of freaky films I’ll be watching again.