Over the last few months, Netflix has released a number of coming-of-age romcoms and I have, as a duty to you, been keeping up. I’ve watched The Kissing Booth, Alex […]
Black 47, for the first time ever, portrays an Gorta Mor, or, the Great Famine on the big screen.
This week we sink oversized teeth into the background to Bohemian Rhapsody, the Mission Impossible franchise and some drunken predictions about Danny Boyle’s Bond announcement.
It’s no secret that I am a big fan of Disney, but, more importantly, I am a huge fan of animation. I believe the stories told without “real world” boundaries […]
Loving our time behind the mic and another reason to have cans and talk films we’re happy to share episode 2! This week we dissect the latest trailer for the […]
Actors have a tough job, embodying and conveying a character, I can only imagine it is harder when they cannot use their own face or body, and that character is […]
While we endeavored to review as many releases as possible over 2017, and we certainly gave it a good effort, a couple of noteworthy films fell by the wayside. While […]
Director: Lee Unkrich Starring: Anthony Gonzalez, Gael Garcia Bernal, Benjamin Bratt Review Author: Tony Coco marks a significant new direction for animation powerhouse, Pixar, in choosing to focus their story on an actual […]
Director: Jon Watts Starring: Tom Holland, Michael Keaton & Robert Downey Jr. Review Author: Shaun Rating: 4.8/5 bag of cans Marvel has done the impossible and finally shown Sony how to properly reboot the […]