The Neutral Ground, King Richard, and Petite Maman.
Rapping rabbits, banging beats, Bash Brothers, and redundant remakes.
Embodying every last awful aspect of Hollywood filmmaking in 2016, Suicide Squad represents the rock bottom of the blockbuster barrel.
Hate is a strong word, but I really, really, really don’t like these films.
This year, DreamWorks Animation celebrates its 20th anniversary. To mark the occasion, Callie Petch is going through their entire animated canon, one film a week for the next 30 weeks, and giving them a full-on retrospective treatment. Prior entries can be found here, should you desire.
A New York Winter’s Tale is a prolonged piece of deadpan anti-comedy. The problems being that it’s not supposed to be and that it’s achingly, miserably dull.