The bride comes to Big Sur.
We have certain expectations within the genre and Levine lets them slip by, with only an occasional comment.
Like nature, reclaiming the charcoal stumps and twigs, these two are starting to reorder and reestablish their lives. Eventually, they'll be fine. For now, they're a work in progress.
This may be nothing more than a smart, strategic piece of PR, but thanks to the individual capturing the commerce, we get more than mere hyperbole.
Welcome to our weekly field guide to 1950s horror and sci-fi movies and the creatures that inhabit them. This week: dead mobsters just don't know how to stay dead in Creature with the Atom Brain.
Like a nosy parent who swears only they know what's best for you, Harvey Weinstein is once again telling established, award winning filmmakers what HE believes an American audience will tolerate.
There is no denying the spell cast by The Muppet Movie. You just unconsciously smile while watching it.
Like cinematic fingernails on a motion picture chalkboard, here are 10 examples of characters so grating that Italian restaurants should use them on their wheels of Parmesan.
On the one hand, Congo and his pals are pure, unadulterated evil. Yet they all worked in a system which still embraces them to this day, to an ends where everyone agrees the means were justified.
A Boy and His Dog defies expectations because, with Ellison, you really can't have any.