The first half of 2019 is over, and with that, half a year in movies have been shown in theaters around the world. So far, …
Long Shot is more than just politics, it takes the time to focus on characters and relationships.
Hilarious, ambitious and beautiful, this final battle with Thanos is one of cinema’s biggest achievements.
If you ever hear someone crying in a pitch-black alley, be smart and just walk the other way. You’ll avoid being in a horror movie.
Author Stephen King’s newest adaptation is brought back to life, remade into something terrifying and fresh. Directed by Kevin Kölsch (Starry Eyes, Absence) and Dennis …
I’ll forget about The Upside by next week, when Glass comes out.
Another year of film, 2018, was packed with duds and absolute marvels.
As silly as it is to talk to fish, I don’t think I’d make fun of Aquaman to his face.
With a B-movie undertone, Overlord gets much right about what it tries to accomplish.
Boy Erased is grounded and real. I can bring myself to see how this could happen to a friend of mine.
With so many movies coming out this summer, it was difficult to keep up. I did what I could and took in more than 20 films.
Social media stalking all of a sudden isn’t so funny now.
It’s 2018, and there is still an unexplored region of cinema that Hollywood can represent better: the rest of the world.
With Christopher Robin as their newest live-action adaptation, the Walt Disney Company has an example of what they can do better in their next films.
The introduction of badass old men in bloody and violent action movies is seemingly never-ending.
The only thing better than seeing the Bay Area represented in a Marvel film is jumping back into the quantum realm.
Sequels have resulted in some of the worst movies ever made. But sometimes, sequels defy the standards and actually care about crafting a compelling story.
The Cerrito Theater, a popular restored 1937 Art Deco theater in the heart of El Cerrito, will be sold to Rialto Cinemas, its current operator.
If a dinosaur is in it, I’m usually all for it. Even if I have to witness the slow death Hollywood is carrying out to …
In 1968, a children’s television show launched on public television. With basic props and a simple set, weirdly enough, it succeeded.