Red Christmas isn’t afraid to raise complex moral questions and doesn’t back down from their stickiness, but ultimately there’s a lack of pushing the debate fully into tastelessness or a profound purgation.
With its likable cast and exuberant tone, even if sometimes excessively jaunty, Spider-Man: Homecoming is an enjoyable superhero romp. This is a universe worth revisiting and exploring, and hopefully the MCU doesn’t ruin the fun.
The DC Extended Universe finally has a coherent, entertaining, and genuine superhero story. The sincerity of Wonder Woman comes, in part, from its period setting and positioning outside of a meticulously structured, episodic timeline. Mostly, though, director Patty Jenkins’ origin story succeeds by creating a convincing heroine who’s actually selfless and a true source of inspiration.
Playing like Donnie Darko crossed with half-baked Coen brothers sensibilities, Buster’s Mal Heart feigns complexity and depth to hide a relatable, yet tedious story about a man trapped in his mundane reality.
A24 has released a trailer for Woodshock, the feature directorial debut from fashion designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy. There’s a lot of gorgeous dream-like imagery setting up the story of Theresa (Kirsten Dunst), who is dealing with a loss and using a
There never seems to be a shortage of killer shark movies, and as The Shallows proved last year the demand is still there. So, of course, this summer we’re getting another shark attack in 47 Meters Down.
Warner Bros. has released two new TV spots for Wonder Woman. The first, “Power,” is more action-oriented and the second, “Together,” features more banter with Diana Prince (Gal Gadot) and Steve Trevor (Chris Pine). Check out both spots below.
NEON has released three new character posters for The Bad Batch, which give good looks at the torsos of Arlen (Suki Waterhouse), Miami Man (Jason Momoa), and The Dream (Keanu Reeves). Check out all three below.