It is somewhat difficult to recommend Madness in the Method to non-fans of Mewes or Kevin Smith's previous work. It has it's moments of hilarity and a handful of amusingly playful scenes, but it's one only for the fans because of it. It lacks anything substantial to invite a casual audience enough to make a great impression
Once Upon a Time In Hollywood is a film made with exceptional craft and a deep sense of passion. It's a surprisingly mournful film one minute and a characteristically silly film the next, juggling a dozen different emotions, subjects, and themes... and almost catching them all.
Fred Schepisi’s first feature film The Devils Playground has just been re-released courtesy of Artsploitation films. The Australian director would go on to direct cult comedy Roxanne and Last Orders starring Michael Caine, but long before all that Schepisi made a quiet and thoughtful film in his home country: a semi-autobiographical coming-of-age story about the sexual repression of […]
After Endgame, which was the Marvel movie to end all Marvel movies, it's somewhat of a surprise that Far From Home breathes more life into the long-running cinematic universe. Or those of the Spider-Man variety at the very least.