Not much is gained from Good People.
Director John Carney has once again delivered a potent combination of love and music in a tidy package
Mothra III is the sharpest and almost undoubtedly the richest of the trilogy.
This is one found-footage movie that actually works without resorting to cheap camera tricks and sketchy cinematography.
Days of Future Past is the X-Men's cinematic kingpin.
Mothra II is the non-distinctive middle child of this small trilogy.
There's good here for kids and complexities for adults.
Even outside of its social statements, The Blob is uproariously entertaining cinema.
Night of the Comet still holds up as a fun movie, though it is hard to determine exactly why.
It is a vicious thrill-ride from beginning to end, packed with twists and turns no one will see coming.
Snowpiercer is created with the mindset of surface and deeper level metaphors.
Films like The Signal are ultimately 50/50 ventures – only half of the audience will follow along.