Our first London Film Festival review is about a film that’s importance is only matched by its beauty.
This month: an Australian teen in the 1970s comes of age, Donald Glover debuts his new TV creation, and Brad Bird’s 1999 animated classic gets a remastered release.
Forget what I said yesterday, these guys are the *real* contenders.
We’re finally ready to start justifying the ‘TV’ part of Movies | TV | Comics …
In the greatest bait-and-switch of all time, The Magnificent Seven doesn’t actually make my list.
This month: David MacKenzie’s morally grey tale of family ties and Texas rangers, a neon-drenched look at societal narcissism and social media, and a political sci-fi extravaganza courtesy of DC Comics…
From stop-motion to big-budget blockbusters and everything in between, the Movies TV Comics crew each pick a few of their favorite films from recent years that simply didn’t get the recognition they deserved.
Full disclosure: I wasn’t allowed to use the entire cast of Everybody Wants Some.