It’s hard to imagine most Christians not feeling more invigorated and passionate about making an impact after seeing “War Room,” another strong inspirational cinematic experience from the Kendrick brothers.
Now on their fifth movie, director/co-writer Alex Kendrick and his brother/co-writer, Stephen Kendrick, continue their maturation as confident, thoughtful, filmmakers constantly finding new ways to motivate and engage their target audience. Continue reading “War Room” movie review
My introduction to the wider DC Comics universe beyond Superman and Batman was “Challenge of the Superfriends,” which pitted DC’s best heroes and villains against each other.
For old school fans like me, “Justice League: Attack of the Legion of Doom” is a fun throwback to more innocent days of DC heroes and will make a perfect introduction for younger viewers. And any movie that can effortlessly work in disco missiles, a robot monkey army and know-it-all-Lego Batman is alright by me. Continue reading LEGO DC Superheroes Justice League Attack of the Legion of Doom review
The frequent scene-stealers of the ‘Despicable Me’ franchise get their turn in the spotlight in ‘Minions,’ and while they’re probably better-suited in hilarious background roles there’s a lot of fun to be had for fans.
Throughout the film, that usual Minions goodness had me smiling, giggling and laughing, but the formula that’s made the Minions so popular isn’t truly sustainable for 90 minutes. Continue reading Minions movie review – the ‘Despicable Me’ scene-stealers shine in spotlight
We’ve come to expect a certain standard of excellence from Pixar and while recent efforts haven’t always lived up to those lofty expectations, its latest, ‘Inside Out,’ emerges as one of the studio’s best.
I can’t see another film this year topping its combination of heart, emotion and complexity. You’ll love it the first time, but ‘Inside Out’ will prove even more enjoyable upon repeated viewings. Continue reading ‘Inside Out’ review – Pixar’s emotional effort is one of its best yet
You quickly learn with ‘Game of Thrones’ that it’s best not to get too attached to any character as they could get killed off at any moment. Season 5 reinforced that school of thought more than any other with a frequently chaotic and violent season finale that took several major players off the board. Continue reading Game of Thrones review S5,Ep.10 – Mother’s Mercy
With his highly anticipated new project, Director Brad Bird seeks to encourage viewers to once again dream the impossible dream and reach for the stars. It’s an empowering and refreshing spin on the modern blockbuster, which seem more preoccupied with detailing wholesale property damage than tapping into the imagination and creativity of the audience.
Disappointingly, there’s little reason for optimism with ‘Tomorrowland,’ a family sci-fi adventure that has all the necessary ingredients to create a lively, energetic feel-good film, but feels more like a shrewdly calculated marketing plan from Walt Disney Pictures to drive families to the theme park attraction. Continue reading ‘Tomorrowland’ review – all hope is lost in confusing sci-fi film
One of the most ambitious movies ever made, “Boyhood” is essential viewing and a film that makes you invest in a character like nothing you’ve seen before. Continue reading Movie Review: “Boyhood” is an essential modern classic #Boyhood