Taking us overseas to Pakistan and India, The Wedding Guest has some thrilling aspects but the film falls just a bit short as a thriller. Jay (Dev Patel) is a man on the mission: kidnapping the bride-to-be, Samira (Radhika Apte). He’s traveled all the way from Britain to Pakistan for her wedding. The film starts out with the mystery and suspense that any thriller should. It’s only when Jay’s plan goes to complete and utter shit…"The Wedding Guest Falls Short As Thriller"
Greta is a bonkers thriller that will lead viewers to think twice when it comes to returning the items they find on the subway. When Frances McCullen (Chloë Grace Moretz) sees a purse sitting on a subway chair, she acts like any Good Samaritan would. She looks up the owner and naturally, she returns the bag. What Frances doesn’t expect is that this woman, Greta Hideg (Isabelle Huppert) would decide to stick around her like glue. The…"Greta: This Film is All Kinds of Bonkers"
The Hours and Times imagines a weekend getaway to Barcelona during the early years of Beatlemania for both Brian Epstein and John Lennon in April 1963. This film is one that may be running on the short side but we get some fascinating insights into the late manager and guitarist. Nobody can truly say that they know what happened when the duo departed on April 28, 1963. There has been some suggestions that maybe the…"The Hours and Times: A Fictional Beatles Story"
The Little Mermaid will celebrate its 30th anniversary later this year but the film joins the Walt Disney Signature Collection with a new edition. Mermaid princess Ariel (Jodi Benson) has a dream of being human. Much to her father’s dismay, Ariel frequently makes the journey to the surface. It doesn’t matter that Atlantica King Triton (Kenneth Mars) forbids her from doing so. Ariel is going to visit the humans because some dreams can’t be overcome. …"The Little Mermaid Celebrates 30 Years"
Ralph Breaks The Internet–Disney’s 57th animated feature–is now available for fans to purchase and bring home on home video. BONUS FEATURES: Blu-ray & Digital: How We Broke the Internet –Go behind the scenes at Walt Disney Animation Studios to get an in-depth look at how the filmmakers brought a world to life that billions of people visit every day but never actually see – the internet. Take a front-row seat as the team reveals the inspirations…"Ralph Breaks The Internet Arrives on Home Media"
The Legally Blonde Collection–starring Reese Witherspoon–arrives on Blu-ray in a two-disc set containing both new and classic bonus features. Legally Blonde Reese Witherspoon is the single-best thing about Legally Blonde, a comedy that has no business being as fun and entertaining as it is. After being dumped by boyfriend Warner Huntington III (Matthew Davis), Elle Woods (Reese Witherspoon) gets the idea to enroll in law school. Woods decides to get her revenge by applying to the…"Legally Blonde Collection arrives on Blu-ray"
While Roma was the film that many of us thought would win Best Picture, the tide took a turn when Green Book took home the award. I’ll be honest. In my initial review, I gave Green Book a positive review. This being said, my thoughts begin to evolve throughout the awards season. This is because I of all the articles that I read over the past few months. I’m one to admit in all seriousness…"Green Book is not the Best Picture"
The 91st Oscars are taking place tonight at the Dolby Theatre at Hollywood & Highland Center in Hollywood and airing live on ABC. While no one will host the show, the 91st Oscars must go on. I’ll be providing live updates throughout the evening both here and on Twitter at DanielleSATM. Winners Performance by an actress in a supporting role: Regina King, If Beale Street Could Talk Best documentary feature: Free Solo; Elizabeth Chai Vasarhelyi, Jimmy Chin,…"91st Oscars Winners"
With the 91st Oscars airing tonight on ABC, I present my final predictions as to how I believe that the awards will be honored during the telecast. One of the biggest question marks for me is certainly Best Supporting Actress. I would certainly not in any way be opposed to Regina King taking home the award for If Beale Street Could Talk. She won during the Spirit Awards ceremony last night but the strong factor…"My 91st Oscars Predictions"
Charade is able to successfully transcend the romance, comedy, and suspense thriller genres because of the cast, screenplay, and score. I’m spending my Saturday night by honoring the memory of one of the last filmmakers of Hollywood’s Golden Age. The filmmaker is Stanley Donen and while he gave us Singin’ in the Rain, one can’t go wrong with Charade. To say that they don’t make films like these anymore certainly would not be an understatement. …"Charade: A Hitchcock-Esque Film"