Irresistible takes everything we love and hate about politics at the national level while moving the focus down to the local level. In this well-meaning comedy, writer/director Jon Stewart, former host of The Daily Show, reteams with former correspondent Steve Carell. Stewart is no stranger to politics so it comes as no surprise that he’s made a satire on the subject. This is the type of film that hits it on the money and this…"Irresistible: Jon Stewart Is No Stranger to Satire"
Terminator: Dark Fate is the sequel that fans have been waiting for especially as the film brings back a few fan favorites in the process. John Conner is gone. Dead. Terminated on a Guatemalan beach in 1998. So what happens now that he’s completely out of the picture? Well, a new future for one. Maybe not a perfect one but nobody said it would be. Legion has sent a new Terminator–a Rev-9 (Gabriel Luna)–back in…"Terminator: Dark Fate Is A Welcome Sight"
Izzy Gets the F Across Town may mean well but the small indie comedy tends to be a bit of a mess. Mackenzie Davis does her best to carry the film in the titular role of Izzy but it’s not enough to keep the film going. Given where she is at the start of the film, it’s as if the film is the indie version of the classic comedy, Planes, Trains, and Automobiles. We go from…"Izzy Gets the F Across Town is messy"
Director Jason Reitman and screenwriter Diablo Cody have reteamed to bring us Tully, a modern-day look at parenting and how it takes over so much of our lives. Parenting is exhausting. There’s no other way to say it. It’s something that Diablo Cody seeks to explore in the script for Tully. There’s always something about Jason Reitman bringing Cody’s words to the big screen. Cody has a way with writing and this film proves that…"Tully: A Commanding Performance from Charlize Theron"