With the star power of Angourie Rice, “Honor Society” becomes far more than a tale about a malicious overachiever trying to get the hell out of her small town.
Spiderman: Far From Home feels like a shakeup to the MCU formula for its individual movies, and creates an awesome transition film for the next MCU phase.
While it is clear, when watching, this is a YA novel adaptation, between Angourie Rice and the writing, Every Day sidesteps a lot of expectations. Though not some which matter the most.
Some time ago I said that the only reason I would head off to NY for a movie is if I was absolutely sure it would be worth the trip. Needless to say, I didn’t think The Beguiled will be worth it. Especially since, in a rare indie showing, it became local to me the…
A colorful noir in which there is a lot of action, a slightly weak story, but the weak story is made up for by having the type of characters you would follow through a franchise.
On the eve of what likely is a nuclear apocalypse, one man is faced with the decision of who he wishes to spend his final moments with.