We’re halfway through the year, and I’ve already seen 50 movies (Thanks, MoviePass!). Here are the best films...
A bunch of L-7 weenies.
The Happening came out 10 years ago and it was bad...very bad.
The Last Jedi, Thor: Ragnarok, GLOW, and Luke Cage lead a loaded month of Netflix additions.
The Mooch has producer credits on two other films, and once tried to get a Jackie Robinson biopic made.
Les Miles... actor.
Well done, Brewers.
A look at what's arriving on Netflix and leaving the streaming service in March.
That playground fight, though...
Todd Guzze allegedly contacted Mark Gordon multiple times, threatening physical harm on Gordon and his employees. Gordon has asked for court protection against Guzze.
Soderbergh's previous film, Logan Lucky, took place in the world of auto racing.
Avengers: Infinity War isn't the only Marvel film hitting theaters this year.
A smart, realistic, beautifully made film, Columbus packages realism in a beautifully impressionistic fashion.
A look at what's arriving on Netflix, and leaving the streaming service in February.
Paramount is looking to cut potential losses, and Netflix is in talks to acquire the movie.
The Oscars couldn't have given that 10th Best Picture slot to one of these films?
A look at what's arriving on Netflix in January and what's leaving the streaming service.
Christopher Plummer will replace Spacey in the film, which is set to come out in just over a month.
Making less-popular movies cheaper and popular ones more expensive could help theaters, but carries some potential drawbacks as well.
Halloween is one of the most important films in movie history.