Director Damien Chazelle continues his success after 2014’s Whiplash with another incredible music centered drama starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling. This modern-day musical set in LA is gaining hype and praise, which I can safely say is very well deserved. Continue reading “La La Land: Review”
Viggo Mortensen shines in this Indie film about a father raising his family off of the land and away from society. This story has plenty of great humor, outlandish adventure, and thought-provoking questions wrapped up in what I can only imagine is every hippie’s dreamworld.
Kenneth Lonergan continues to bolster his small yet impressive resumé of fantastic writing (and directing) with this heart-wrenching drama starring Casey Affleck and Michelle Williams. This movie has been getting all the buzz around award season, and for all the right reasons!
Paul Dano and Daniel Radcliffe star in this bizarrely charming dramedy. Winner of the Best Directing Award at the Sundance Film Festival, the director duo known as the Daniels show incredible vision and creativity in this wholly original film. What may look like immature humor on the surface actually reveals a brilliant exploration of friendship, loneliness, and self-confidence.
The newest Marvel installation aims to show us the more mystical side of the MCU in this psychedelic action flick, starring Benedict Cumberbatch as the title character. While this is definitely one of the most inventive of the universe, it still suffers from a few of the same snags that have plagued almost every Marvel film. Though that doesn’t stop this film from being thoroughly entertaining. Continue reading “Doctor Strange: Review”
This action crime drama about a math genius with a checkered past and lethal set of skills turned out to be one of the most surprisingly entertaining action flicks of the year. While the trailers may not have convinced most people on the believability of our main character, Ben Affleck will show you otherwise and shines in one of his best roles yet. Continue reading “The Accountant: Review”
The Coen brothers are two of my favorite directors of all time. The amount of time and detail that they put into every frame, every character, and every bit of dialogue is truly remarkable, and No Country for Old Men is no exception. Fargo is great and all, but I gotta say, there is nothing really quite like this. There’s a reason that it took home 4 Oscars, one being Best Picture.