In one of the most fascinating cinematic worlds, The Crimes of Grindelwald miserably fails at what the Harry Potter series was good at: character building over world building.
It’s impossible not to fall under JK Rowling’s spell as she unleashes beasts, magic, laughs and one hell of an unexpected cameo
It seems you can’t go to the cinema these days without at least three currently showing films being “based on a comic book/graphic novel”.
You'll probably read a lot of reviews that take the easy route and call this film a turkey – because it's about a bunch of turkeys! (Chortle at the lazy...
Take Me Home Tonight focuses on M.I.T. graduate Matt (Grace) and his high school crush Tori (Palmer), who has just returned home from Duke and works as an investment banker.
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The Star Wars saga absolutely must be the most parodied series of films in existence, and for good reason.
Ang Lee's latest is a piece of froth – delightful to be sure and vastly enjoyable, but it doesn't leave any great lasting impression.