Cobie Smulders leads Stumptown as the adaptation of the graphic novel series made its series premiere on Wednesday night. Through flashbacks, we learn that Dex Parios (Cobie Smulders) used to serve in military intelligence. Yet she also isn’t the easiest person to work with. She has gambling debt up the wazoo with Sue Lynn Blackbird’s (Tantoo Cardinal) casino. At the same time, Dex is the first person that casino owner Sue Lynn turns when grandaughter…"Stumptown: Cobie Smulders Leads Adaptation"
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse features many surprises and prevents the superhero genre from going stale by injecting a fresh bite. This is one of the biggest films of the year in which I suggest going in completely cold. It means not reading reviews or watching trailers until after seeing the film. I say this because we’re not without the typical surprises. However, some of this comes by way of the voice roles not provided in…"Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse"
With the release of Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom this week, I decided to give Jurassic World a revisit. Fourteen years after the events of Jurassic Park 3, a new park has been up and running for ten years on Isla Nublar. This is the same island in which Jurassic Park was introduced in 1993. A lot has changed over the years since Jurassic Park graced the cinemas. It’s enough that the screenplay manages to serve as…"Upon Further Review: Jurassic World"
Tag is a fun summer comedy about a group of friends who get together during the month of May for a very competitive game. They’ve been playing tag since since 1983 and one player has never been tagged. Set in 2013, Hogan “Hoagie” Malloy (Ed Helms), Randy “Chilli” Cilliano (Jake Johnson), Kevin Sable (Hannibal Buress), Bob Callahan (Jon Hamm), and Jerry Pierce (Jeremy Renner) have gotten together every May for the last 30 years. What makes this…"Tag: You’re It In This Fun Summer Comedy!"
Chicago filmmaker Joe Swanberg sat one-one-one with Anthony Kaufman of the Chicago International Film Festival as Industry Days headed towards a close. Swanberg had stepped in to replace Marc Evans, the President of the Motion Picture Group at Paramount Pictures., after it was announced that Evans would be stepping down by the end of the year. On producing a series for Netflix, Swanberg said that he missed the test screenings that came with releasing new films. Those…"Chicago Film Festival: Joe Swanberg’s Closing Keynote Session"