You hate Christmas. Stop it, yes you do. Why else would you be here looking for a movie recommendation? You hate it like the Grinches and the Scrooges before you….
It rained cats and dogs this weekend as The Secret Life of Pets scored an incredibly impressive $103.1M debut, the fifth-highest non-sequel, non-remake/reboot opening ever (Spider-Man, Alice in Wonderland, Deadpool,….
By Brian Verderosa Three new releases joined the ranks this week, but only one can claim to have truly been a success. The Angry Birds Movie, which has been….
by Brian Verderosa The path to $400M seems clearer than ever for Captain America: Civil War, as it racked up $72M more this weekend to give it a $295M domestic….
by Brian Verderosa Logic and your calendar may tell you that summer doesn’t begin for another six weeks or so, but don’t tell that to Hollywood. The Summer Movie….
by Brian Verderosa This weekend marks the last of the Spring season, as next week’s Captain America: Civil War opens and will assuredly crush both franchise records and its limited….
Since 1984, The Criterion Collection has been offering us some of the greatest and most unappreciated films from a variety of cultures and decades, targeting their beautiful releases at the….
The Oscars: 10 of the Worst Best Picture Nominees By Andrew Rostan The Oscars are next Sunday! Yaaay! Or…possibly not? The Academy Awards have definitely bestowed honor on a fair share of….
Ryan Reynolds has spent a large portion of his career trying to get a franchise off the ground – and it may have finally paid off Ryan Reynolds is a….
For this week in Talking Classics, I turn from the screwball comedies and plunge into the fog-ridden London streets of 1944’s Gaslight, starring Ingrid Bergman and Charles Boyer. First off,….