Movie Reviews tagged Drama and Sci-fi

  • Ad Astra Review

    With echoes of Kubrick, Nolan, and even Malick, Ad Astra is a film that reaches for the stars in more ways than one.

    With echoes of Kubrick, Nolan, and even Malick, Ad Astra is a film that reaches for the stars in more ways than one.
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  • Logan Review

    Last year, X-Men fans finally got the Deadpool movie they had been waiting for. Now after multiple failed attempts, 20th Century Fox has finally produced the standalone Wolverine movie audiences have always wanted to see. Logan couldn’t have…

    Last year, X-Men fans finally got the Deadpool movie they had been waiting for. Now after multiple failed attempts, 20th Century Fox has finally produced the standalone Wolverine movie audiences have always wanted to see. Logan couldn’t have come at a better time, especially since this will be Hugh Jackman’s final appearance as the titular hero. Wolverine made Jackman a household name back in the early 2000s. After almost 17 years, it’s hard to imagine anyone else playing the character. Yet,…
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  • Colossal - Review (Toronto International Film Festival)

    Genre mash-ups can be a work of genius or a flat out dud; able to breath life into a stale idea, or add another ill-conceived pastiche that appears more like a parody. Nacho Vigalondo’s Colossal is a work of immense feeling, pivoting its dark,…

    Genre mash-ups can be a work of genius or a flat out dud; able to breath life into a stale idea, or add another ill-conceived pastiche that appears more like a parody. Nacho Vigalondo’s Colossal is a work of immense feeling, pivoting its dark, emotional story back and forth through a quirky small-town atmosphere and a nightmarish Kaiju attack on Seoul.

    Anne Hathaway stars as Gloria, a self-destructive alcoholic who’s just been kicked out of her posh New York apartment by her boyfriend,…
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  • Arrival - Review (Toronto International Film Festival)

    Movie magic reaches its outermost limits when you’re sitting in on a new Sci-Fi film that carries an aura of mystery. Canadian filmmaker Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival hits all the traditional notes, he keeps it gripping, emotional and acutely down…

    Movie magic reaches its outermost limits when you’re sitting in on a new Sci-Fi film that carries an aura of mystery. Canadian filmmaker Denis Villeneuve’s Arrival hits all the traditional notes, he keeps it gripping, emotional and acutely down to earth.

    There’s no shaky cam, noisy explosions or monstrous aliens on the prowl in this story, instead, we have a modest, visually claustrophobic piece about an expert linguist named Louise Banks (Amy Adams) and her extraordinary efforts to…
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