Atomic Blonde

Release: Friday, July 28, 2017 →Theater Written by: Kurt Johnstad Directed by: David Leitch Perhaps the only thing you really need to know about Atomic Blonde is that it bears the insignia of one David Leitch, a certifiable jack-of-all-trades whose résumé includes numerous actor, producer and assistant director credits. His directorial experience unofficially includes a joint effort with Chad StahelskiContinue reading “Atomic Blonde”

Kong: Skull Island

Release: Friday, March 10, 2017 [Theater] Written by: Dan Gilroy; Max Borenstein; Derek Connolly Directed by: Jordan Vogt-Roberts Director Jordan Vogt-Roberts becomes the latest to cash in on the recent trend of indie directors gone Hollywood, going from The Kings of Summer to a blockbuster that reimagines the king of the apes in all its primal glory in Kong:Continue reading “Kong: Skull Island”

Patriots Day

Release: Friday, January 13, 2017 [Theater] Written by: Peter Berg; Matt Cook; Joshua Zetumer  Directed by: Peter Berg The latest in Peter Berg’s identikit tributes to American heroes deals with the events and aftermath of the April 15, 2013 Boston Marathon bombing that resulted in three deaths and the injury of at least 280 others when two separate explosionsContinue reading “Patriots Day”

10 Cloverfield Lane

Release: Friday, March 11, 2016 [Theater] Written by: Josh Campbell; Matthew Stuecken; Damien Chazelle Directed by: Dan Trachtenberg Dan Trachtenberg’s suffocating and impossibly intense monster movie arrests viewers with a power few thrillers in recent memory have had. 10 Cloverfield Lane is an early contender for biggest surprise hit of 2016, delivering a story that’s conceptually simple, emotionally complex and psychologicallyContinue reading “10 Cloverfield Lane”

The Gambler

Release: Christmas Day 2014 [Theater] Written by: William Monahan Directed by: Rupert Wyatt Huh. So that’s what it feels like to be completely ripped off by a movie. I mean, completely. Like, I know it’s dumb to go all-in on a movie that has received so little attention and marketing for something that features the likes of Marky-Mark, theContinue reading “The Gambler”

The Monuments Men

Release: Friday, February 7, 2014 [Theater] Hollywood’s golden boy, the man who no one thinks will actually age is not only going grey, he’s becoming uninteresting. His latest directorial effort fails as a historical work of art, but succeeds in the extreme in showcasing A-list celeb vapidity. I’ve never been the biggest sucker for the handsomeContinue reading “The Monuments Men”

Inside Llewyn Davis

Release: Friday, December 6, 2013 [Theater] “A folk singer with a cat. Is that part of your act? Every time you hit a C-major, does he puke a hairball?” For whatever it’s worth, this line delivered by John Goodman’s character was intended to hurt Llewyn Davis’ feelings, not the cat’s. I suppose if the poor felineContinue reading “Inside Llewyn Davis”