Summer Movie Preview: July 2018

July 6

Ant-Man and the Wasp

Marvel’s latest is a direct antidote to the sturm und drang of Infinity War and it succeeds within in its own modest parameters. Also, like Spider-Man: Homecoming, this is pretty much just a comedy with some superhero stuff in it.

Full review here.

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Summer Move Preview: May 2018

May 4

Overboard

A gender-swapped remake of the Goldie Hawn/Kurt Russell screwball comedy reveals the real issue with Overboard is not a man lying to a woman with a traumatic brain injury, it’s ANYONE lying to ANYBODY with a traumatic brain injury.

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Winter Movie Preview: February 2018

I didn’t even bother pretending to make a resolution to always post these things on time, because, as you can see, it would already be broken.

February 2

Winchester

Helen Mirren stars in this classic example of a boneyard burial. You might luck into a decent horror movie on the indie circuit, but mainstream horror movies are sent to January and February to die. Don’t hold your breath for Winchester.

The real Winchester house is cool, though, totally worth visiting.

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Winter Movie Preview: December 2017

Let’s be honest, the only movie you care about this month is Star Wars, but there are a lot of solid indie options once you’ve seen that.

December 1

The Disaster Artist

James Franco’s hilarious and often touching adaptation of the book about the making of one of the most famous best-worst movies of all time, The Room. You do not need to know The Room to get The Disaster Artist, one of the year’s best comedies.

Full review here.

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