The Dark Tower

The Dark Tower – Review

If you only see one Stephen King adaptation on the big screen this summer… maybe wait for IT. First to arrive, The Dark Tower – based on an epic series of eight King novels – spans science fiction,...
Gold

Gold – Review

Gold sets out to make its mark as the only adventure film where the plucky, idealistic heroes are a mining corporation. To its credit, it almost works, thanks to a fun central performance and a tight script....
Sing

Sing – Review

There is absolutely no reason the characters in Sing are animals. The version of LA they live in is exactly the same as ours, the plot would function if they didn’t have tails and scales, and the film...
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Kubo And The Two Strings – Review

As always, Laika Entertainment (Coraline, ParaNorman, The Boxtrolls) have released one of the most beautifully and intricately designed films of the year, this time offering a mythical quest narrative in a...

Dallas Buyers Club – Review

In a sea of Golden Globe and Oscar praise, Dallas Buyers Club really lives up the the hype as a true great of modern cinema. The well-written and appropriately balanced script explores the difficult character...