The sweet spot between Stephen King fans, horror fans and (believe it or not) comedy fans
An exploration of the struggles in constructing an authentic self
If you've already got the volume at 11, you might as well blast it to oblivion
The message seems to be that in a world without magic, our imaginations are corrupted by mere consumerism
Save the world, save the girl?
Murder Mystery is a pretty crap film.
Booksmart is the wonderful story of complicated, messy but hopeful and joyous young adulthood
As a singular film, Godzilla: King of the Monsters is beautiful, symphonic destruction of humanity, one that only becomes unglued by humanity itself.
Always Be My Maybe is a nice film, funny at times, it's nothing more than a generic, paint-by-numbers rom-com we've seen countless times before