BAD BOYS FOR LIFE
“Smith, at 51, and Lawrence, 54, aren’t exactly senior citizens, but they both seem past their sell-by date for this kind of movie.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies
“I don’t think you can have a bad time watching BAD BOYS FOR LIFE.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential
“Imagine being the biggest household name in the biggest franchise on the planet, finally reaching the end of a contract that made you more money than you can dream of, and then deciding to make DOLITTLE.” – Greg Vellante, EDGE Media Network
“This film is an open discussion brought to life through cinema. And the genius of LES MISÉRABLES is that the discussion continues long after the screen goes black, as its final image stays seared into the screen and your mind alike.” – Greg Vellante, EDGE Media Network
Robyn Bahr reviews SANDITION and AJ AND THE QUEEN for The Hollywood Reporter. She also appears on the podcast The Film Stage to talk about 1917.
Why would anybody want to devote a weekly blog solely to write about the movies of Nicolas Cage? John Black will tell you with his new blog Enter the Cage.
Spoilerpiece Theatre reviews JUST MERCY and 1917.
“The movie proceeds at a leaden pace draining the drama from much of narrative. ” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies
“There’s no doubt in my mind that most will find JUST MERCY to be watchable. The problem with that is that I’m sure they were hoping for more.” – Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential
“…once you get over the impressive look of the film, you’re still caught up in the story of how war looks to someone actually fighting it. It’s a story that couldn’t be more timely.” – Daniel M. Kimmel, North Shore Movies
“As a viewer, I’m not sure what I’m supposed to take from 1917. There just isn’t a whole lot in it outside of the continuous tracking shot.” - Jaskee Hickman, Cinematic Essential
“Stewart…is phenomenal, giving a performance that is so raw it’s almost too much to watch even from the high and dry safety of your movie seat.” – John Black, Gruesome Magazine