Imagine Flannery O’Conner made a movie.
My gut reaction walking out of the theater: Shock. The River Thief was shockingly funny, shockingly scary, shockingly grim, shockingly merry, shockingly bold with both good and evil. 1,293 more words
It’s been a long time since a movie touched me the way Taika Waititi’s Hunt for the Wilderpeople did. One minute you’re fighting back tears and the next you’re holding your side, gasping for air. 357 more words
Civil War isn’t the best Captain America film, but it is certainly the best Avengers. With the movie’s emotional fulcrum bridging multiple characters (leaving only a fraction to Steve Rogers) and the greatest character arc belonging to Tony Stark, … 1,648 more words
There’s something beautiful in the way that Zootopia toes the line between political satire and a fun adventure for children. But the movie pulls it off effortlessly and we are left with a film enjoyable by audiences of every type. 330 more words
I’ll be honest with you, I was in love with this movie by the time the main titles were finished rolling. The ever so haunting imagery and musical bombardment were almost hypnotic and did a fantastic job of setting the mood of the film. 408 more words