I’m, honestly, still shocked by how well It has done in theaters around the world. It’s amazing. But even though I’ve got a lot of opening weekend’s to predict this month, there is really only one movie that I want to talk about right now: Blade Runner 2049. Continue reading “Box Office Predictions – October 2017”
The following is a review of Florence Foster Jenkins – Directed by Stephen Frears.
Florence Foster Jenkins tells the true story of the American socialite who, in the 1940s, dreamed of becoming an opera singer who could perform at the greatest concert venues in the world. Unfortunately, Foster Jenkins (played by Meryl Streep) didn’t have a good singing voice, but her husband and manager, St. Clair Bayfield (played by Hugh Grant), loved her too much to tell her. Continue reading “REVIEW: Florence Foster Jenkins (2016)”
MAJOR RELEASES’ OPENING WEEKEND PREDICTIONS:
- Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Out of the Shadows – Paramount – June 3rd, 2016 – $50-60 million
- The Conjuring 2 – Warner Bros. – June 10th, 2016 – $35-45 million
- Warcraft – Universal – June 10th, 2016 – $25-30 million
- Finding Dory – Disney/Pixar – June 17th, 2016 – $110-120 million
- Independence Day: Resurgence – Fox – June 24th, 2016 – $75-80 million
The following is a retro review of ‘Cloverfield’, a Matt Reeves film.
Cloverfield is one to remember. It is the most mysterious monster film ever made, one of the best found-footage films of all-time, and, arguably, the best monster film of the 2000s. I had no idea what it was when it came out. I remember how some thought that, perhaps, it was a new Godzilla-film, and while Godzilla is a great monster, I can honestly say that I’ve never enjoyed a kaiju-movie more than I enjoyed Cloverfield when it first came out. Continue reading “RETRO REVIEW: Cloverfield (2008)”