Returning to the Scottish highlands, ‘T2’ finds the crew back at it again with antics and mischief that may end up catching up to them as time trudges forward.
Creating a film that operates more as a portrait than a linear sequence of events, ‘Song to Song’ is a compelling plot of love and life for the ages.
Though ‘Life’ does make audiences think about the larger implication of life beyond earth, it does suffer from some derivative horror tropes that one can see even from space.
Finally, after close to two decades Chappelle fans can subsist on more than recycled material as the comedy legend releases two specials on Netflix.
Assoc. Arts Editor Jacob Schick sends out a prayer and tentatively hopes for a rise in movie quality.
Disney’s live-action take on the classic tale of Beauty and the Beast helps solidify Belle’s character, humanize the Beast, and bring the classic soundtrack into modernity.
‘Deidra & Laney Rob A Train’ examines a story of desperation, cunning, and will through the lens of comedy.
‘Personal Shopper’ shoots for a very specific and artistic vision and achieves it, but it makes no attempts to appeal to a wide audience.
Trailers can be deceiving. In a trailer, we may see what we want to see. Let’s hope ‘King Arthur’ remains a legend told in this world and not another.
Assoc. Arts Editor Veronica Gordo discusses her pet peeves while watching a movie in theaters.