The Martian makes for a good book, but I can’t wait to see what a visual medium can do that the written words of Andy Weir cannot. Don’t let me down, Matt Damon! AdvertisementsRead more "Movie Prep: The Martian by Andy Weir"
Those who have played the entirety of the Arkham series will have no problem slipping back into the skin of Batman. Some might cry unoriginal, I say comfortable. Man does it feel good to be the Dark Knight again.Read more "Gaming Review: Batman: Arkham Knight"
Mistress America sees Greta Gerwig and Noah Baumbach re-team for another solid comedy that explores two peoples’ transition into two separate phases of adulthood.Read more "Film Review: Mistress America"
The End of the Tour is like sitting in on an intelligent conversation with varying amounts of moments of relevance, with two compelling performances driving it forward.Read more "Film Review: The End of the Tour"
Straight Outta Compton is an electric film for half its running time, but right when it looks like it is going to turn into something special it goes all generic.Read more "Film Review: Straight Outta Compton"
Walking into the screening of American Ultra I heard a couple of viewers wondering if the movie would be a lot like Adventureland, the last movie in which Jesse Eisenberg and Kristen Stewart played the leads together. Quick answer? No. No it is not. Maybe had Bill Hader and Kristen Wiig turned out to be […]Read more "Film Review: American Ultra"
Meru is a thrilling look at what it takes to climb the world’s toughest summits, wrapped around three personal journeys that are as compelling as any narrative film.Read more "Film Review: Meru"