It’s an action movie and a man is injured. It’s what happens next that’s really interesting.
Author: Douglas Van Hollen
The Big Apple features prominently in thousands of films. But it’s not the same city every time.
Childbirth is amazing, automatically cinematic, and carries with it unmatched dramatic power. But what if we add some guns? Or a volley of phasers? Or the devil?
A glossy badass martial arts extravaganza provides surprisingly common ground between the generations and the sexes.
Two intelligent young women leave college with a particular set of ideas about the world, only to have the world laugh in their faces. Being in your twenties sucks.
Silencers are essential features of action films. What purposes do they serve? Are they more than an extension of a… well, you know.
Jazz and symphonic scores collide to tell an intense, ahead-of-its-time story of addiction, passion, and dreams deferred.
It’s WAY too early to declare this your favorite movie of all time. Or is it?
The image of the pickup truck is almost universal, but in movie speak, who’s driving it can make a world of difference.
“Valerian” and “Rogue One” illuminate the current state of science fiction and help us consider the purpose of science fiction in general.