Funny, informative movie reviews
When the topic of great sequels comes up, I’m always shocked that Hellboy II rarely…
Such a tragedy provokes a tangled thicket of emotions, and Burnham spends 87 minutes hacking through them all, searching for something funny.
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For this week’s Cinemavino, we watch Monster Squad! Sean Jordan, an expert on horror movies, stops by to share his insights.
Jexi had potential, buried underneath all the layers of badness.
To paraphrase those Muppets up in the theater balcony: This ain’t half bad. It ain’t half good, either.
For this surprise episode, we talk about Joaquin Phoenix’s incarnation of the Joker. Plus, we drink some tasty red wine.
This week, we screen an over-the-top 90s classic, The Rock. We got cornball one-liners, frantic Michael Bay direction, and a wacky chase through the streets of San Francisco.
With compassion, restraint, and considerable skill, The Farewell gives us a family whose grief both unites them, and sets them at odds with each other.
This is an overtly clever, deceptively moving, and uncommonly strong teen movie about two super-intelligent girls who must confront their own social myopia.
I’m gonna kick off this review with the stinging chill of full disclosure: Pokémon is…