Oversized ants and a possessed snake are the mutants on display in Scream Factory's latest Blu-ray.
All myths need to start somewhere.
This isn't exactly the sort of movie that warms the heart while making a social statement, but it does provoke thought, and it does elicit laughter -- some of it a little shocked, but still.
Chaplin was a complete performer -- in any format, in any genre, and on any stage.
"Tomorrowland" starts off as a smart, bright-edged movie but then stumbles and falls into a morass of Disney cliches and tired action tropes. Too bad.
While there really was no need to remake a classic, there is still some fun to be had in this rushed and tepid reboot populated by great actors and a confident director.
Fifteen years before her recent Oscar win, actress Patricia Arquette starred in a potboiler of a popcorn horror flick.
"Aloft" is trying to say something, but fails in trying to craft a platform it can say it from.
"I'll See You in My Dreams" is the latest in what can be called The Early Bird Special genre of entertainments aimed at those likely not to be caught dead at a late night screening of "Mad Max" or "Avengers: Age of Ultron" (or even "Pitch Perfect 2.")
The tragedy is made palpable by McCarey's genial, character-focused direction. It's not a subversion or perversion of Hollywood techniques-it's an elevation.