Cancelled Cannes Film Festival Reveals “Would-Have-Shown” Lineup

Cannes Film Festival Would Have Been Films

Despite its official cancellation due to the ongoing global coronavirus pandemic, the team behind the 2020 edition of the world-famous Cannes Film Festival have decided to announce an official lineup. This list, which currently features a total of 56 films, represent movies which would have been shown, had the festival been held in May as … Read more

 HBO Max Head Defends Release of Justice League “Snyder Cut”

HBO Max Defends Zack Snyder's Justice League

Recently, it was announced that new streaming service HBO Max would provide a platform for the anticipated release of the “Snyder Cut” of Justice League – aka director Zack Snyder’s original vision of the 2017 DC Comics-based superhero film. This decision drew controversy, with some critics and fans alike claiming that it would set a … Read more

Space Force Review – Netflix’s New Comedy Isn’t The Office 2.0, And That’s Okay

When Netflix announced its upcoming sitcom from Greg Daniels (The Office, Parks and Recreation) starring Steve Carell (The Office, The Big Short) as the newly-instated commander of the newest branch of the United States Armed Forces, the Space Force, it seemed like a match made in heaven. Daniels and Carell are both best known for … Read more

Why Avatar: The Last Airbender is More Important Than Ever

Water. Earth. Fire. Air. Long ago, the four nations lived in harmony. Then, everything changed when the fire nation attacked. These words echo through the collective unconscious of late millennials, marking a time of innocence long-past for many of us. Avatar: The Last Airbender was a critical and commercial success when it ran from 2005-2007, … Read more

Everything We Know About Justice League’s “Snyder Cut”

It was a big day for DCEU fans on Wednesday, May 20, when, after years insisting that it would never happen, Warner Brothers executives officially confirmed that the “Snyder Cut” of 2017’s Justice League would be seeing an official release after all. The term “Snyder Cut” refers to director Zack Snyder’s original vision of the … Read more

Producer Frank Marshall Wants Sixth Jason Bourne Film

Fans have long believed that the popular Jason Bourne series of action movies would not be getting another installment. The last two films – 2012’s The Bourne Legacy and 2016’s Jason Bourne – received mixed reviews, leaving the franchise on somewhat shaky legs. For nearly five years, the series’ future has been as unsure as … Read more

Who You Think I Am Review: Not Just a Tale of Consequences

Just months after the release of Universal Pictures’ The Invisible Man, it’s fitting that French drama Who You Think I Am tells the story of an invisible woman, unseen by those around her until she takes on a more desirable online persona. Director Safy Nebbou offers a heartbreaking glimpse into the perpetrator’s side of ‘catfishing’ … Read more

SCOOB! Review – For Better or Worse, this Movie Was Not Made for You

A few times every generation, there is a movie that captures a specific time for a specific group of people. For the most part, millennials fondly remember the live-action Scooby-Doo movies of the early 2000s. While those films didn’t win any Oscars, they were quickly locked into cinematic history as cult classics. Remember when Rowan … Read more