Category: 2010s

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Venom (2018)

Set in San Francisco, we follow the exploits of scrappy and unscrupulous investigative reporter of some notoriety, Eddie Brock (Tom Hardy, The Revenant), played with manic aggressiveness from Tom Hardy.  Michelle Williams plays Eddie’s...

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Bullitt County (2018)

Set in 1977, a few longtime friends gather together for a bachelor party of sorts for recovering alcoholic Vietnam vet Gordie (Mike C. Nelson, Minutes Past Midnight), taking a trip they’ve taken in their...

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The House with a Clock in Its Walls (2018)

Gore-meister Eli Roth tones his usual style way, way down for The House with a Clock in Its Walls, a PG-rated, semi-Spielbergian big screen adaptation (no surprise, given Spielberg’s Amblin Entertainment is the production house)...

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The Predator (2018)

The Predator starts off with a spaceship that has crash landed in a forest somewhere in Mexico, resulting in Quinn McKenna (Boyd Holbrook, Logan), a highly skilled sniper from the U.S. Army who is in...

Searching (2018)

Searching is a somber suspense-thriller that plays like a mix of a couple of other social media-savvy films like Catfish, Open Windows, and Unfriended, seeking to throw audiences based on the fact that much of our...

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? (2018)

Won’t You Be My Neighbor? examines the life and work of Fred Rogers, aka Mr. Rogers, who was the creator and star of “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood” on public television (PBS) from the years 1968 to...

The Happytime Murders (2018)

Bill Barretta voices the top puppet character known as disgraced burnout Los Angeles-based private investigator Phil Phillips, who has to get to the bottom of a series of murders among the stars of a...

Summer of 84 (2018)

Summer of 84 is the collective directorial team known as RKSS’s follow-up to another cult film tapping into the vibe of the 1980s, the zany post-apocalyptic comedy called Turbo Kid.  This time out, it’s more of...

Crazy Rich Asians (2018)

Based on the satirical 2013 novel by Kevin Kwan, which itself became so popular that it resulted in (so far) two literary sequels, the less biting and more streamlined film version of Crazy Rich Asians...