Author Archive: felix1059

Review: “Jupiter Ascending”

Once again, the Wachowskis dare to dream big and deliver dazzling visuals in “Jupiter Ascending”, but compared to other genre-defining space opera of our time, this one’s tone deaf.

Review: “Mortdecai”

“Mortdecai” is goofy, over-the-top fun thanks to Johnny Depp and to director David Koepp’s efforts to keep the running gags and physical comedy rolling at a good clip.

Review: “Blackhat”

“Blackhat” features all the visual artistry we’ve come to expect from a Michael Mann film, but none of the coherence.

Review: “American Sniper”

As good as we’ve seen actor Bradley Cooper be in past roles, “American Sniper” is by far his most standout work to date.

Review: “Paddington”

Director Paul King and screenwriter Hamish McColl’s big screen version of one of Britain’s most beloved characters from children’s literature is a charmer from beginning to end.

Review: “Inherent Vice”

As a film, “Inherent Vice” is an almost incoherent mess, which believe it or not, is entirely by design.

Review: “Into The Woods”

Musical theater lovers may cry foul at the changes from the stage show, but for everyone else, “Into the Woods” is a clever and fun musical fairy tale romp.