Author: Nicholas Vargo
The most fun you’ll have at the movies this year, Baby Driver is an original kind of cool that reminds us why Edgar Wright is always worth the wait.
A flat-out masterpiece, 5-25-77 is a whimsical coming-of-age love letter to life, dreams, and Star Wars.
It is a rare and great thing for a horror movie to put story above scares, says our review of GET OUT.
Fist Fight’s simple concept is elevated by a stellar cast.
The LEGO Batman Movie is a one-note joke movie we didn’t need, says reviewer Nicholas Vargo.
Is it Fifty Shades better or Fifty Shades worse? Take a peek at our Fifty Shades Darker review.
Is Keanu’s new sequel a cash grab, or does it double the fun?
We all have them: Moments in our life when we wish we were someone else. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty is one of those movies that not only proves it, but also makes...
In a year full of mediocre comedies and only one standout (This is the End), it’s a miracle to have a film like Clear History be as funny as it is. Larry David‘s new work...