That Ryan Reynolds Movie Everyone is Talking About

Release: Friday, May 18, 2018 →Theater Written by: Rhett Reese; Paul Wernick; Ryan Reynolds Directed by: David Leitch In Deadpool Deuce, Wade Wilson's greatest enemy isn't some psychotic surgeon, a mutant-hating criminal or even those gosh-darn regenerative powers of his, but rather the writers who are trying to keep things interesting. The highly-anticipated sequel takes all the R-rated, fourth-wall-breaking … Continue reading That Ryan Reynolds Movie Everyone is Talking About

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Life

Release: Friday, March 24, 2017 [Theater] Written by: Rhett Reese; Paul Wernick Directed by: Daniel Espinosa I love how nihilistic Life turns out to be and the irony of it being so totally NOT life-affirming. While the characters in Daniel Espinosa's zero-gravity-set thriller often demonstrate a lack of tact and intelligence, their incompetency only serves to underscore the arrogance of man … Continue reading Life

Deadpool

Release: Friday, February 12, 2016 [Theater] Written by: Rhett Reese; Paul Wernick Directed by: Tim Miller I hope someone is going to pay for it, because that fourth wall is destroyed. And I know Ryan Reynolds ain't gonna put up the money, even if he is about to make millions upon millions with this future franchise. STOP! READERS! … Continue reading Deadpool

Self/less

Release: Friday, July 10, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Àlex and David Pastor Directed by: Tarsem Singh A talented cast can't save Self/less from selfishly wasting its potential on a narrative utterly disinterested in entertaining. Ben Kingsley is Damian Hale, a billionaire with an atrocious accent slowly succumbing to cancer. He knows of a super-duper top-secret experiment where people (presumably only those … Continue reading Self/less

Woman in Gold

Release: Wednesday, April 1, 2015 [Theater] Written by: Alexi Kaye Campbell Directed by: Simon Curtis For a film trading in the recovery of stolen artwork at the hands of the Nazis Woman in Gold should, without necessarily resorting to graphic depiction, linger in the mind much longer than it's going to. Simon Curtis' suitably respectful tone and ability … Continue reading Woman in Gold

The Voices

Release: Friday, February 6, 2015 [Redbox] Written by: Michael R. Perry Directed by: Marjane Satrapi I always knew cats were inherently evil. What with their pawing and purring and hairballs and general infatuation with chasing their own tails. Is evil the right word? In this case, yes . . . yes it is; cats take on an entirely darker … Continue reading The Voices