Release: Friday, February 8, 2019 (limited) → Redbox Written by: Robert D. Krzykowski Directed by: Robert D. Krzykowski With a title as extravagant as The Man Who Killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot it's hard not to build up some extravagant expectations. Maybe you'd assume this is an adaptation of an obscure graphic novel you've … Continue reading The Man Who Killed Hitler and then the Bigfoot
Release: Friday, November 4, 2016 [Theater] Written by: Andrew Knight; Robert Schenkkan Directed by: Mel Gibson Unlike the hero at the heart of Mel Gibson's first directorial effort in a decade I went into battle fully protected by a weapon: my overactive imagination. Turns out, psychological preparation is kind of necessary as you enter the gauntlet of Hacksaw Ridge's … Continue reading Hacksaw Ridge
Last time we were here, Paul was brought in as a psychological consultant on a top-secret government project involving an artificially intelligent being named Morgan. All two of us who saw that movie know how that turned out. Now this month we're going to find out what happens when you take Paul and shove him … Continue reading Paul G — #9
Release: Friday, September 9, 2016 [Theater] Written by: Todd Komarnicki Directed by: Clint Eastwood The Miracle on the Hudson is a perfect fit for good ole Clint Eastwood's fascination with heroism and how Americans celebrate heroes. The story of how a commercial airline pilot managed to improvise an emergency water landing in the Hudson River mere minutes after takeoff from … Continue reading Sully
Release: Friday, August 5, 2016 [Theater] Written by: David Ayer Directed by: David Ayer Sigh. Suicide Squad is neither a disaster nor a revelation. It's just really, really uneventful and in that way, crushingly disappointing. Let me grab a calculator and get back to you, because the math really doesn't add up. I don't quite know how you commit … Continue reading Suicide Squad
Ah yes, the glorious return of TBT continues! So I actually had this idea at one point where I'd possibly substitute this month's batch with an entirely new idea: I'd call it 'Masterpiece May.' It would focus on films most people regard as classics. But because I couldn't get my shit together in time, I … Continue reading TBT: Bad Boys (1995)
Welp. The casting of the stillllllllllll upcoming Batman vs Superman: Dawn of Justice mega-project becomes an even more entangled web of head-scratching what-the-eff's. . . Not sure if you have heard yet, but it's looking quite likely that the hulking Jason Momoa (Conan: The Barbarian; Bullet to the Head) will be playing Aquaman, everyone's favorite water-dwelling semi-redundant … Continue reading Just a Quick Thought. . .
Release: Friday, June 7, 2013 (limited) [Theater] From Marvel's The Avengers to. . . . . . a Shakespearian play? Joss Whedon makes the jump in genres seem all the crazier when I tell you that I believe that his vision might be the one that tops Kenneth Branagh's incredible 1993 film by the same name. And … Continue reading Much Ado About Nothing