Youth – Review

Michael Caine's best work in years and a strong supporting cast isn't quite enough to lift the evocative, elegant yet slight Youth beyond the (admittedly absorbing) curio it is. If nothing else, the...
Vin Diesel as Kaulder

The Last Witch Hunter – Review

It’s easy to see how Vin Diesel, a self-declared D&D fanatic, would be drawn into the world of The Last Witch Hunter. There are flashes here and there of a fantasy universe as richly drawn as John...

Stonehearst Asylum – Review

This is not a horror film. To say more would spoil the surprise(s). Instead, know that Stonehearst Asylum is frequently fantastic, utterly assured, and fully committed to pulling one genre switcheroo after...

Interstellar – Review

Interstellar is magnificently ambitious. It is just a shame that narrative appears to be the stubbiest finger upon the grasping palm of its lofty aspirations. Nolan’s space odyssey detonates some of the...

Mr. Morgan’s Last Love – Review

Last Love begins with Michael Caine attempting an American accent and wandering the streets of a rose-tinted Paris, in mourning. Having fallen in with Poésy, herself nursing issues - “I like your beard,...