Jim Reed's collaboration with Graveface was a natural one, given the former's dedication to, and passionate work with, Psychotronic Film Society.
If watching felt characters get felt up sounds like a winning proposition, The Happytime Murders might just be the ticket.
This is finance porn raised to an absurd level, which actually plays into the film’s general view that life’s a party and everyone should be invited.
Ever the perpetual money machine, Disney is stumbling over itself in its attempts to make new versions of seemingly every property it has ever owned.
Tom Cruise has spent this series playing Superman rather than Everyman, but here he takes it a step further: His character of Impossible Mission Force agent Ethan Hunt is now basically God.
A particularly dreary movie, one which makes no attempt to freshen up or even disguise its rote storyline.
The shock is that the unavoidable Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again is actually a worthy follow-up, and perhaps the biggest out-of-left-field-stealth-missile surprise of this summer.
Basically, Skyscraper is a variation on the Die Hard template, but there’s not much here that will lead to many declarations of yippee-ki-yay from audience members.
Film documents phenomenon of coral bleaching
The Netflix-distributed Chasing Coral documents in vivid fashion the extraordinarily fast-moving and destructive phenomenon of coral bleaching
"People hear about the struggles and these films will help bring more dialogue to the issues."
Incredibles 2 is a guaranteed good time at the movies and certain to be one of the summer’s biggest hits. But while it frequently feints in the direction of something more meaningful, it usually backs away and merely lathers on more thrills. That’s not exactly a debit, but anyone expecting the complexity of its predecessor might be left wanting.