Episode 3 of Spicy Boii$!
Wildwood, N.J. is an intricate portrait of New Jersey girls looking to have fun during the summer.
Both young audiences eager to meet Mary Poppins for the first time, and those viewers looking to be reacquainted with their favorite enchanted nanny, will likely be happy with this mystical musical adventure.
Ignorance isn’t just dangerous, it is the ultimate vice.
As it turns out, Aquaman is a significant step up from the likes of the atrocious Batman v. Superman and the drab Justice League. Still, the film doesn't quite reach the height of 2017's Wonder Woman.
If Beale Street Could Talk is a feat of cinematic magic, from its haunting narrative (adapted from James Baldwin’s novel of the same name) to its timely depiction of cultural experience.
Mad Men offers us a window into our shared past, allowing us to take pride in the ways America has progressed and prudently discern the ways it has not since that most turbulent era of our history.
2018 marks the fiftieth anniversary of the theatrical release of director Stanley Kubrick’s 2001: A Space Odyssey. In celebration of such a monumental milestone in film history, I look back on Kubrick’s filmography, including 2001, and dwell on his influence on the art of film.
When you think of an “Oscar” movie, a horror film is usually the last thing on your mind.
I can say, without any reservations, that this film is excellent, especially for those who love Spider-Man, because it both pokes fun at the character and reaffirms why so many people love him, or, as is proven in this film, her, in some cases.