The first of the bigbudget movies of the summer to be released on DVD are coming out this month. In retrospect, none of them was the sort of film that people will be watching for decades. And they weren’t .
There’s a new liveaction superhero movie in theaters. It may seem familiar to viewers. “Max Steel” has already been a television show a couple of times. The little flying alien will remind older viewers of the mechanical bird in “.
There is an new movie called “The Birth of a Nation,” a movie which tells the story of slave rebellion led by Nat Turner in 1831, in the state of Virginia. As movie histories go, it is fairly realistic. As movie .
The “Shin” in the movie title “Shin Godzilla” supposedly means, in Japanese, something like “Reemerges.” And yet Toho Studios, the film’s maker, has never been very far away from its next movie with the huge monster. In fact, “Shin .
Paula Hawkins’s novel “The Girl on the Train” is now a film, set in America, with Emily Blunt, rising star Haley Bennett, and a few familiar supporting actresses—Allison Janney, Lisa Kudrow, and Laura Prepon. As a thriller, it .
Usually we think movie studios turn out motion pictures so that they can sell tickets and make money. Sometimes some of them may have artistic intentions or political ones. Sometimes they make movies to demonstrate that they are hip to .
The adolescents’ book on which it was based was co-written by thriller novelist James Patterson, who gave us the Alex Cross books. The director is Steve Carr, who did “Dr. Doolittle 2,” “Daddy Daycare,” and “Paul Blart, Mall Cop.” So there .
Everybody who knows anything much about movies knows Tim Burton. His films include “Pee Wee’s Big Adventure,” “Beetle-Juice,” the 1989 “Batman,” “Edward Scissorhands,” “Ed Wood,” “Mars Attacks!,” the remakes of “Planet of the Apes” and “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory,” “.
There’s so much to know about the making and marketing of the new movie “Masterminds” that it would be easy to be distracted from the film itself. So let’s be clear at the beginning: “Masterminds” is an oddity .
Movies are not very good at communicating facts. If a reader doesn’t understand what happened in the battle of Agincourt, he can go back and read sentences again, immediately, and clarify his understanding. One can’t stop a film .
1956 saw the release of the great Japanese film director Akira Kurosawa’s “Seven Samurai.” Kurosawa is famous partly for sophisticated but accessible art house movies (“Roshomon,” with its four different points of view, is an example, as is “Kagemusha”) and .
The new animated film “Storks” is one of the better “family” movies we’ve seen recently. It has all the components one looks for in these films except for the (to me, offputting) sentiment, and some of that is replaced .
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