Just because the movie theaters are shut down due to the coronavirus does not mean that new movies are not being released.
We review First Cow. Two travelers, on the run from a band of vengeful hunters in the 1820s Northwest, dream of striking it rich.
The charm of Camp’s smile wears off rather quickly in this story that would’ve been better suited for a podcast.
The Hunt takes aim at all of us in this over the top satire film that is held together by Betty Gilpin and shockingly evil performance from Hilary Swank.
We never wanted to grow up until we were convinced it was better to do so, to then later wish we could go back and be a kid again.
We rundown all of the great movies coming out this March such as Onward, My Spy, The Hunt, Disney’s Mulan and so many more.
We review Blumhouse’s The Invisible Man. When Cecilia’s abusive ex takes his own life and leaves her his fortune, she suspects his death was a hoax.
Have you ever watched a movie that had a character that represented so much negativity that all you wanted was to see him fail?
When it comes to matters of the heart, one mustn’t trifle with love and emotions especially when they don’t belong to you. Emma.
It’s no surprise that around, or in this case on, the holiday of hearts and roses that we get a movie that focuses on the L-word. Love, duh!