A staggering work of mind numbing self importance and borderline toxic nostalgia baiting, Under the Silver Lake is one of the most gorgeous, boring, and nonsensical films ever made.
Yet another limp, poorly assembled, and underdeveloped stab at faith based filmmaking from a major studio, Breakthrough will only appeal to true believers with exceptionally low standards.
If some of the greatest humour comes from tremendous suffering, then Spike Lee’s riotously funny and sharply pointed period piece BlacKkKlansman is one of the best examples of how those who are discriminated against often have to laugh to keep from crying.
New this week on Blu-ray and DVD: Adrien Brody fights for his life on an alien planet in Predators; Disneynature documents life under the waves in Oceans; and a look at four re-releases coming out on Blu-ray this week.
Opening this weekend in theatres, Adrien Brody gets his first big action role in the franchise sequel, Predators; and Steve Carell voices an evil villain who plans to steal the moon in Despicable Me.
A weekly round-up of news stories on the comings and goings of the entertainment world. This week: Robert Downey Jr. may be cast as the vampire Lestat, Superman is being chopped up in the courts, St. Elmo’s Fire is coming to television, and Bryan Singer moves closer to rebooting Battlestar Galactica.