Review – Peter Rabbit

Seeing as how practically everything in every corner of society is the source of controversy and outrage, these days, Will Gluck's Peter Rabbit has had its own faux outrage to deal with.  In some deep, dark corners of the Internet, a handful of folk who don't have any sort of creative insight, whatsoever, have accused the... Continue Reading →

Review – I, Tonya

I have been trying my best to see this one for weeks, now.  It seems like it took forever for it to expand into a Theater Near Me and, when it finally did, I was out of town for the birth of my nephew.  I was originally going to catch Insidious: The Last Key, today, but... Continue Reading →

Interlude – A Suicide Squad Revisit

Suicide Squad is now up to a $635 million worldwide haul on a reported $175 million budget.  Without question, that's a financial success (unless we possibly take into account marketing costs).  But as I saw the movie for a second time over the weekend, more and more issues jumped out at me.  This column is... Continue Reading →

63. Suicide Squad

Folks, Suicide Squad is about as highly-anticipated as a movie gets.  And while there are a number of factors tying into that, the primary reason can be boiled down to two simple words: Harley Quinn. The Harley Quinn column that I wrote earlier this year was my most-read piece until yesterday (when my Rotten Tomatoes piece destroyed everything I've... Continue Reading →

52. The Legend of Tarzan

The Legend of Tarzan is the film I was most looking forward to, this weekend.  And that's a strong statement, because there were four films released this weekend (won't be getting to the fourth, quite yet) that I was highly anticipating.  I held off on this one until I could get to an IMAX theater... Continue Reading →

14. Whiskey Tango Foxtrot

Based on the memoirs of foreign war correspondent Kim Baker, Whiskey Tango Foxtrot covers the years that Baker spent in Afghanistan, trying to find her niche in life while also trying to forge her way in a setting that doesn't typically support women carving niches. The film is anchored by an incredibly strong and game cast (Mike... Continue Reading →

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