The Lost City stars Sandra Bullock, who also serves as a producer, Channing Tatum, Daniel Radcliffe, Da’Vine Joy Randolph, Oscar Nuñez, Patti Harrison, and Bowen Yang. The film will be released exclusively in theaters on March 25, 2022. The official trailer, key art, and some first look images have just been released!Continue reading “Here are All the Details on ‘The Lost City’”
Sandra Bullock and Rob Morgan portray Ruth Slater and Vince Cross in The Unforgivable. The film will be released in theaters on November 24 and begin streaming December 10 on Netflix. Bullock also serves as a producer.Continue reading “Sandra Bullock and Rob Morgan on ‘The Unforgivable’”
Netflix has shared the official trailer and key art for The Unforgivable! Peter Craig, Hillary Seitz, and Courtenay Miles serve as the film’s writers. The cast includes Sandra Bullock, Vincent D’Onofrio, Jon Bernthal, Richard Thomas, Linda Emond, Aisling Franciosi, Rob Morgan, Emma Nelson, Will Pullen, Thomas Guiry, and Viola Davis.Continue reading “Watch the Official Trailer for Netflix’s ‘The Unforgivable’”
In the past few years, reboots have become as ubiquitous as Marvel sequels. It feels like every week a new reboot gets announced. On TV, there’s Will and Grace, Fuller House, and the now-cancelled Roseanne. In film, there’s been 21 Jump Street, The Mummy, yet another Spider-Man reboot and of course, Ghostbusters. It’s hard not to compare Ocean’s 8 to the plethora of reboots that have come down the pipeline. But I can safely say that Ocean’s 8 is exactly what it needs to be. It’s fun, campy, silly, and suave. Every actress was perfect and absolute in the roles. And in so many ways, it checked all the boxes of a good heist film: good tricks, intricate plans, and unexpected plot twists.
The stars of Ocean’s 8 want to know who you’d want to partner with on a heist!
The critics have been salivating over Alfonso Cuarón’s latest effort, the ambitious science fiction thriller Gravity. And don’t get it twisted: Gravity is pretty darned good. It’s visually and narratively haunting — one of the few contemporary movies that succeeds in marrying a high-concept story with the audience’s (admittedly low-brow) yearning to see things blow up. Also, Gravity is one of the year’s few films that fully takes advantage of 3D technology to establish the various environments that the characters encounter (although I confess I chose to watch Gravity in standard projection because 3D makes my head hurt).
So yes, Gravity is pretty darned good.
But, I just can’t shake the feeling that it could have been so much better.
Spoiler Alert! Please don’t read on if you don’t want Gravity spoiled for you.