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Will Ashton bleeds his pen to CutPrintFilm, The Playlist, MovieBoozer, We Got This Covered and beyond. One day, he'll become Jack Burton. You wait and see, buddy boy.

‘Wonder Woman’ Review: The Superhero Movie We Needed in 2017

The world is wrought with chaos and confusion. Pessimism is common currency. In a time when comic book properties are found by the plentiful,...
King Arthur

Guy Ritchie’s ‘King Arthur: Legend of the Sword’ Isn’t Quick to Draw

For a movie featuring Sexy Revisionist King Arthur, giant murder elephants, evil Jude Law, a fetching female Merlin reimagining and a three-bodied sex kraken...
Guardians of the Galaxy

‘Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2’ Review: It’s Time to Save the Galaxy… Again

There are times when I can be a simple man. They're not always common, but they come. My mind is an ever-racing clutter of...

‘The Fate of the Furious’ Review: Ferocious Full-Throttle Fun

Torpedoing at all cylinders with devil-may-care elation and a toothy smile, The Fate of the Furious proves, above all else, that the Fast &...

‘Personal Shopper’ Review: Kristen Stewart’s Haunting, Mediative Journey Into the Unknown

Death is a closed door and an open window. It's an empty void and an overbearing presence. Personal Shopper, the newest film from acclaimed...

Danny DeVito in Talks to Join Tim Burton’s ‘Dumbo’

Danny DeVito is a national treasure. If you dare think otherwise, you gotta another thing coming. It's a blessed day whenever Mr. DeVito gets...

‘Toni Erdmann’ Review: The Funniest Three-Hour German Drama You’ll See This Year

While writer/director Maren Ade's wonderfully authentic, insightfully tender father-daughter long-term passion project Toni Erdmann — a three-hour German dramedy that's as bitterly sad as it's screamingly...

‘A Cure For Wellness’ Review: Insanity Is Sometimes The Best Medicine (For Boredom, At...

Like most Gore Verbinski movies, A Cure For Wellness delves into excess and extremism. A psychological horror-thriller in the vein of Shutter Island, The...

‘The Great Wall’ Review: A Stunning Display of Pure Mediocrity

The Great Wall is stunning in its mediocrity. For all the online controversy that it inspired involving whitewashing and Chinese-American cinema, it's incredible how...

Young Han Solo Movie Grabs ‘Fleabag’ Starlet Phoebe Waller-Bridge

You should watch Fleabag. If you watched it already, perhaps consider watching it again. Above all else, the Amazon/BBC Three dark dramedy gives show...

Nicolas Winding Refn Developing His First TV Series, ‘Too Old To Die Young,’ For...

Like quite a few filmmakers before him, Nicolas Winding Refn is moving to television. The Danish writer/director behind the Pusher trilogy, Drive, Only God...

Jack Nicholson Returns to Acting Alongside Kristen Wiig in ‘Toni Erdmann’ Remake

Hollywood loves a good remake. More will come out this year than ever before, and that trend isn't going to die anytime soon. They're even...

Ben Affleck’s ‘Live By Night’ Is Dead On Arrival

Things started to look promising for Ben Affleck. The actor/writer-turned-director flipped his misfortunes around as few can in the moviemaking business, going from one of...
Coen Brothers

The Coen Brothers Head To Television With ‘The Ballad of Buster Scruggs’

The Coens aren't necessarily strangers to television. Their iconic 1996 Oscar winner Fargo inspired FX's excellent anthology series of the same name, which they executive...

Adam Driver Joins Sylvester Stallone’s ‘Tough As They Come’

Sylvester Stallone put his directing career on hold after 2010's The Expendables, opting for more time in front of the camera with Escape Plan, Bullet...

Keanu Reeves, Laurence Fishburne Reunite in ‘John Wick: Chapter Two’ Photo

If you're familiar with your sci-fi franchises, you'll know that Laurence Fishburne and Keanu Reeves have a history together. The Matrix stars have gone...

Wes Anderson Releases Surprise Christmas-Themed Short Film With Adrien Brody

You want a new Wes Anderson short film, right? Of course you do. Why wouldn't you, especially when it involves Christmas, trains and Adrien...

‘Boo! A Madea Halloween’ Review: Scary For All The Wrong Reasons

Perhaps more so than any previous Tyler Perry movie, Boo! A Madea Halloween is a stunningly lazy film, one that almost refuses to have...

‘I’m Not Ashamed’ Review: Columbine + Christianity = Questionable Taste

I'm Not Ashamed is not quite as bad as you'd think. That sounds like faint praise, and it undoubtably is, but it's also a...
Ouija

Honestly, You Should See ‘Ouija: Origin of Evil’ This Halloween Weekend

2016 is a weird year. Even putting politics aside, it's the year which bestowed Ouija: Origin of Evil, a Hasbro-owned board game movie, produced...

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