Director Sam Raimi amps up the weird quotient a couple of degrees in Disney’s 28th and latest venture into the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Here’s a run down of some of the most-anticipated movies scheduled to be released from May through July.
‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ is an absurd, ridiculous movie that also happens to be the funniest and most entertaining buddy action-comedy I’ve seen in years.
Evidently it just isn’t as fun watching adults running around and performing magic as it is kids and teenagers.
‘Morbius’ is highly anticipated with its supposed ancillary ties to Spider-Man and the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
The show will be hosted by a triumvirate of comediennes with Regina Hall, Amy Schumer, and Wanda Sykes serving as masters of ceremony.
It’s another winner from A24, the studio that specializes in low-budget yet high-end movies like Hereditary, Lady Bird, Moonlight, Uncut Gems, and Midsommar.
The coronavirus pandemic seems to be receding, but its effects still linger, and the movie business is not immune.
The film is simply one of the best and most faithful adaptation’s of super-hero material to the big screen ever made.
The film’s story is a classic and truly heart-breaking with the loquacious but challenged Cyrano crafting love letters to his true love Roxanne.
It’s a spooky tale with plenty of jump scares and gruesome imagery that is mostly set in 1882 France. It both is and isn’t a traditional werewolf movie, and that ends up being good, but also a little disappointing in number of ways.
While I wouldn’t say the movie had me riveted to my seat, the film is an enjoyable march to the finish line.
Here’s a rundown of some of the movies that will be making their way to theaters in February.
Even in a post-apocalyptic wasteland, Tom Hanks’ wit, charm, and charisma are undeniable.
Coen’s pacing is tight and moving ever forward. I was a bit apprehensive about delving into the movie, but in Coen’s hands, the film is a well-told tale that was quite accessible and enjoyable.