Tag Archive "warner-bros-pictures"

Life of the Party

Movie Review: Life of the Party Isn’t

The raucousness of college has been a staple of comedy movies for decades. Life of the Party, Warner Bros. new entry to this genre, doesn’t lack any partying.

RAMPAGE

Movie Review: Rampage is a Messy Misfire

Some movies are so frustrating and unpleasant to watch you feel like trashing whatever’s around you as the credits roll. Unfortunately, the only ones here with permission to enjoy their Rampage are on the screen.

Ready Player One

Movie Review: Ready Player One packs a punch

As far as blockbusters go, Ready Player One is a doozy. The production value is as extravagant as the story is long. It’s loud, busy, and often chaotic watching characters intertwine with each other. And ...

Movie Review: Tomb Raider Tumbles

I’m going to spoil something right out of the gate: there’s no hidden treasure here. For much of Warner Bros. newest adventure film, the ominous Richard Croft warns his daughter Lara of a great danger. ...

Movie Review: 12 Strong Holds its Horses

Most people don’t normally think of horses and Danish documentarians when making Hollywood mega-action movies. And while far from perfect, odd elements of 12 Strong help separate it from the legacy of modern war movies ...

Movie Review: The Delightful Disaster Artist

There are hundreds of movies about making movies and movie themselves. It’s unsurprising to learn that the talented (and less so) people who make movies often like telling stories about the movies they make. But ...

Justice League

Movie Review: Justice League is a Jumbled Letdown

Superheroes are everywhere in cinemas these days, with new an endless parade of new movies in the genre coming every several weeks. Sadly, while Justice League had potential to be the landmark event film its ...

Movie Review: Lego Ninjago Assembles Slowly

The most frustrating thing about complicated Lego toy sets – when there are too many pieces, the instructions don’t make sense, and after all that work, the final product isn’t that cool. That same, slow ...

Movie Review: IT is a Terrifying Treat

Following three lackluster weeks at the box office, the first blockbuster of the fall is here. And It (meaning the noun and the title) delivers everything fans of the popular horror property have hoped for. ...

Movie Review: Dunkirk’s a Dynamic War Drama

Few war movies challenge the basic formula and themes of those before it, using heroic characters in dangerous places to showcase what history was like. Dunkirk, the latest blockbuster with a backbone from director Christopher ...

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