This is not a “Honey I Shrunk the Kids” kind of film. This is a though-provoking drama with an unusual comedic undertone. While Damon’s Paul does shrink down to around
Julius Onah’s “The Cloverfield Paradox” has been in development since 2012 as “The God Particle”, doing their best to disguise it of being completely connected to the “Cloverfield” franchise (much like “10 Cloverfield Lane” before
One wouldn’t think performing an autopsy would signal father and son bonding, while “The Autopsy of Jane Doe” likely won’t hinder that. Tommy/Dad (Brian Cox) and Austin/Son (Emile Hirsch) make
Blumhouse (Insidious trilogy, Split and Get Out) produces this original and ingenious rewinding thriller called “Happy Death Day”, were a sorority girl heroine (Jessica Rothe) Tree is trapped in a morbid
“Dunkirk” the newest film from “Inception”, “Interstellar” and “Dark Knight” director Christopher Nolan the man who’s brought us puzzling, dramatic and overwhelming stories of valor and adventure. “Dunkirk” is likely
Netflix’s 1st original big-budget blockbuster film, Bright, was released last week and it was absolutely trashed by critics. Not since “The Last Jedi” has a movie drastically split audiences and critics.
While the trailers for “American Assassin” gives away nearly everything: Mitch Rapp (“The Maze Runner’s” Dylan O’Brien) proposes to his girlfriend on a tropical beach while on vacation, only to