American Made

American Made – Review

Barry Seal lived the kind of life that is destined to one day be made into a feature film. And on paper, there’s no actor more perfect for the role of Seal himself than Tom Cruise. Think about it: Seal was a...
Soderbergh

How Well Do You Know Steven Soderbergh?

If there's one thing we know about Steven Soderbergh, it's that he's very bad at retiring. He announced he was going on a "sabbatical" back in 2013 (though he still found time to make critically acclaimed TV...
Logan Lucky

Logan Lucky – Review

At a time when white supremacists are marching in the streets, “Ocean’s Eleven in Trump’s America” could have easily become a two-hour middle finger to the Bible Belt. So perhaps the most surprising...
Shin Godzilla

Shin Godzilla – Review

In Japanese, the word "shin" can be translated as "new" – appropriate, considering Shin Godzilla is technically a soft reboot for Toho’s 50-year franchise – but it can also mean "pure" or "true". One...
Dunkirk

Dunkirk – Review

The opening 20 minutes of Dunkirk are as visceral and arresting as the beach landings in Saving Private Ryan. The difference is that, unlike Spielberg, Christopher Nolan doesn’t relieve the tension – even...
The Book of Henry

The Book of Henry – Review

Gregg Hurwitz's screenplay for The Book of Henry has been searching for a director since the late 1990s. Watching the film, it’s not difficult to see why. Tonally, it’s all over the place. It starts as...