While “Black Adam” isn’t a train wreck, there isn’t much to it either. If you want a compelling story, you might want to re-watch “The Batman.”
Barbie and her pink convertible will be coming to theaters in July 2023.
At just 10 minutes shy of three hours, this is a long movie, and it feels like it, but we’ve only scratched the surface. And while it doesn’t particularly have a happy ending (Batman movies rarely do) there appears to be a little light at the end of the tunnel.
Baz Luhrmann, the creative film director known for the films Strictly Ballroom and Moulin Rouge has set his sights on an iconic singer: Elvis Presley.
Everything in “Reminiscence” is stylistic from the costumes to the dialogue. Yes, the characters say and do things that real people don’t say in real life. But this isn’t a movie about real life.
“The Suicide Squad” is one of the most violent and gory film that I have ever seen and yet I am somewhat embarrassed to say that I ended up really liking it.
The plot is strange, the film is overly long and you can’t really identify with the characters – animated or not. But at the same time, after the film finds its rhythm, I found myself enjoying it.
Muggles and wizards alike will be in awe when Harry Potter New York opens in early June. Although quite the spectacle, this “wizarding world” will be unlike many other themed retail outlets.
“The Little Things” is really good … until it isn’t.