While Warcraft didn’t perform well in theaters in the US it was a massive success abroad and should be the stepping stone for moviegoers into Azeroth and the battle happening between Orcs and mankind.
The Rental is a strong thrilling opener for the directing career of Dave Franco, leading us to see there is a bit of a serious tone for the usually funny man.
I’d recommend watching the Lorax at least once as the voice talents alone made the film a fun way to spend a bit of time.
Despite a few holes in the background of the story The Old Guard was overall extremely entertaining with great stunt work, acting, and an imaginative alternate world for newcomers to experience.
The Secret Life Of Walter Mitty is a well thought out mix of sound and visual quality. The sets are designed to help you feel the emotion and see the changes happening around Walter throughout the film. Everything is combined with a great soundtrack that will make you want to hop out of your chair and venture out from your comfort zone a step out two into the unknown.
Childhood friends from Charlestown turned bank robbers seek to make fast cash working with a florist, clever disguises, smart driving while dating a key witness, and running from the FBI.
John Krasinski and Emily Blunt silently guide us through the new normal in the world of A Quiet Place as they show us various adaptions made to their home and everyday way of life, Be ready for a silent thriller that communicates through sign language and very few audible sounds.
An adventure that involves the wilderness, the police, time with mans best friend, and a solid line up of comedy Taika Waititi’s “Hunt For the Wilderpeople” will have you enjoying every minute of this film.
This film dives into the unpredictable attitude of Jobs and his strange relationships with coworkers, friends, and family. Fassbender shines in his performance as Steve Jobs.
And we’re back with another Ridley Scott film today as I couldn’t help but watch the latest film in the Alien franchise, Alien: Covenant.