Greenland is a thrilling race against time for one family as they hope to get to safety in the bunker before it ends up being too late. The short of it is that Greenland is the modern-day Deep Impact with a lottery system deciding who lives and who dies. There is a difference between the two films as this film does not focus on the government leaders or news coverage. Instead, the focus is on…"Greenland: A 21st Century Deep Impact"
Ode to Joy makes sure that its two leads have chemistry between them but as far as the laughs go, they feel like they’re few and far between. Brooklyn librarian Charlie (Martin Freeman) suffers from cataplexy. What this means for the New York Mets fan–based on clothing choices–is that he is paralyzed by the feeling of joy. Consequently, this means that something as small as the act of finding love results in paralysis. Because of…"Ode to Joy: Rom-com lacking in laughs"
Framing John DeLorean serves as a way of telling the story of the car inventor while pointing out all the failed attempts to make a biopic. In making a doc-drama hybrid, we’re able to learn quite a bit about the automaker. This may depend on what you already know about him going into the film. Through interviews, we learn about how his downfall affected his family. We already know that his legacy lives on by…"Framing John DeLorean: A Docu-Drama Hybrid"
Led by Ryan Reynolds as the Merc with a Mouth, Deadpool 2 is a wildly entertaining ride that ups the stakes after 2016’s hit predecessor. David Leitch takes over the director’s chair for Tim Miller but it is as if nothing has changed. The screenplay is full of pop culture opportunities to joke about. Honestly, it may be even more meta than the earlier film. The jokes are all over the place. Jokes references include Deadpool‘s…"Deadpool 2: A Wildly Entertaining Ride"