Godzilla vs. Kong is just fine and that’s perfectly okay as viewers watch the newest installment of Legendary’s Monsterverse. This film more than makes up for 2019’s Godzilla: King of the Monsters. There’s still an ample plot regarding the human characters but there’s more than enough battles between Godzilla and Kong to make up for it. In 2019, we saw the eco-terrorists wanting to wake up the titans in order to help the planet’s rebirth.…"Godzilla vs. Kong Is Fine And That’s Okay"
Chaos Walking might be pleasing for fans of the trilogy that it is based on but for other viewers, this film is a muddled mess. This film takes place in 2257 on a distant planet where Todd Hewitt (Tom Holland) encounters Viola (Daisy Ridley). It just so happens that Viola’s ship crashes on his planet. It’s a very strange sci-fi film. For one, all of the women have disappeared from the New World. The other…"Chaos Walking Is A Muddled Mess"
Critically acclaimed actress Robin Wright marks her feature directorial debut with Land, a film about the search for meaning in the wilderness. Edee Holzer (Robin Wright) retreats into the Wyoming wilderness after events leave her feeling withdrawn from the world. What is her reason for doing so? Will withdrawing from society lead to her being able to find meaning in life? Only time will tell. What I can certainly tell you is that she is…"Sundance 2021: Land"
The Midnight Sky, directed by and co-starring George Clooney, is a modern-day version of Stanley Kramer’s Oscar-nominated On the Beach. Living in isolation is one of the major things to come out of 2020. To no surprise, one of the biggest film’s of the year is about just that. No, there isn’t a pandemic but the planet is suffering. Is humanity heading towards the verge of extinction? Quite possibly. And yet, George Clooney does one…"The Midnight Sky: A Modern-Day On The Beach"