This week on the show, Adam and Kevin review David Gordon Green's latest, Manglehorn, starring Al Pacino, and count down their top 10 films of 2015 so far. Other films discussed include 7 Chinese Brothers, Jurassic World, Over the Top, Welcome to Leith, A Pigeon Sat on a Branch Reflecting on Existence, Burying the Ex, City Lights, Dope, Meet Him and Die, and Inside Out.
Now it is time to highlight the best performances of the year - lead and supporting - for the male counterparts. Again, all inclusions are based on films with a theatrical release date in 2014, along with VOD releases.
Since the cinematic year of 2014 is coming to a close, it’s about that time to highlight the best performances of the year - both lead and supporting. I have based these inclusions on any and all films released within the year whether it be theatrical or VOD. Some of these performances will be considered obvious, while the other less talked about roles I found to be quite profound and definitely worthy of any and all praise.
Before setting out to compile this list, I was thinking that 2014 was something of a weak year in the way of horror films. We’re still being inundated with found footage and haunted house stories, and there weren’t many notable traditional horror
While 2014 saw a huge number of great films, there’s always that unfortunate bunch that just missed the mark. Interestingly, this list of our worst reviewed movies of the year is comprised of eight reviews written by myself, which means I’m either a glutton
2014 was a great time for movies, and throughout the next week we’ll be rolling out our top (and maybe bottom) films of the year. We reviewed 272 films films this year- some were amazing, some were solid, and others…not so much. While
Slashers and zombies and ghosts oh my, if you’re looking for a spooky movie to watch this Halloween but aren’t sure what to pick, here’s a list of ten gems you can watch right now on Netflix instant. Each title links
By: Jonathan Wood
Life is tricky. It is full of problems both small and large. You’re late for a meeting. You’re in a high-speed car chase and the fuel gauge is red-lining. What do you do? In moments like this
This year’s Sundance Film Festival boasts 119 feature films, so list this certainly doesn’t include the ONLY ten that I’m looking forward to seeing. One of the best things about attending a festival is finding that small movie you’ve never heard of