George Clooney brings J.R. Moehringer’s memoir, The Tender Bar, to the big screen in a moving film about a fatherless boy. J.R. Maguire (Daniel Ranier, Tye Sheridan) may not have the most conventional childhood but he makes the best of it. His father ran out on his mother, Dorothy (Lily Rabe), at a young age to where J.R. never really gets to know him. When The Voice (Max Martini), as he calls his father, does…"The Tender Bar: Another Solid George Clooney Film"
The Mountain is a slowly paced drama set in the world of lobotomies with leading performances from Tye Sheridan and Jeff Goldblum. Welcome to the 1950s where Andy (Tye Sheridan) now lives in his father’s shadow. His mom has already been confined to an institution by the time we meet him. Enter Dr. Wallace Fiennes (Jeff Goldblum) into the picture. He takes Andy under his wing as a photographer while touring an asylum. You see,…"The Mountain may challenge its viewers"
Dark Phoenix makes for a satisfying conclusion to the X-Men series while we wait for the proper return of the mutants into the Marvel Cinematic Universe. “What you choose to do with your gift is entirely up to you,” Charles Xavier (James McAvoy) tells eight-year-old Jean Grey in 1975. While Simon Kinberg now moves into the director’s chair, he also makes up for the single worst X-Men film. It’s no easy task. For one, the…"Dark Phoenix closes out X-Men saga with a bang"
X-Men: Apocalypse may not be the satisfying third film in the series that one would like but it certainly does the job here. After being teased during a post-credits scene, we meet En Sabah Nur (Oscar Isaac) aka Apocalypse just before the transference. The next thing we know, it’s 1983 and Moira MacTaggert (Rose Byrne) awakens the sleeping mutant. This also launches an earthquake felt across the globe. At the same time, Mystique frees Kurt…"X-Men: Apocalypse – The Road to Dark Phoenix"
Ready Player One falls a bit short of being a visual masterpiece that’s on par with many of director Steven Spielberg’s best films. There’s a lot to enjoy at first glance but reality soon sets in after the nostalgia wears off. The film is chock full of Easter Eggs to movies, television, books, video games and beyond. This isn’t a surprise when one considers the source material is essentially a love letter to so many of…"Ready Player One: Visually Pleasing With Flaws"
The teaser trailer was unveiled during the Comic Con panel for Ready Player One. Directed by Steven Spielberg from a screenplay written by Zak Penn and Ernest Cline and based on Cline’s novel of the same name, Ready Player One stars Tye Sheridan, Olivia Cooke, Ben Mendelsohn, Mark Rylance, Simon Pegg, and T. J. Miller. This marks the third consecutive film for Spielberg and Rylance, having teamed up together for Bridge of Spies (2015) and…"Steven Spielberg’s Ready Player One unveils trailer at Comic Con"