Posts Tagged ‘nicholas hoult’
A bit overlong and overstuffed with unnecessary distractions, but "X-Men: Apocalypse" ably continues the mutant superhero saga.
"X-Men: Apocalypse" delivers another nail in the coffin for the godfather franchise of modern superhero cinema.
Few films arrive with such high expectations as "Mad Max: Fury Road." Even fewer exceed them.
An instant classic and an unforgettable, habit-forming rush you'll crave continuously to mainline the reason we go to movies in the first place.
An orgy of blood and fire, horsepower and hand-to-hand combat, a nightmare pastiche of humanity's last ride.
The retconning of the X-Men franchise is a smashing success, a superhero movie that combines great action and soulful contemplation.
A fun, goofy ride, "Jack the Giant Slayer" is head and shoulders above other fairy-tale inspired adventure films of late.
Funny, a little bit gory and a little bit sad, "Warm Bodies" is one of the year's most unexpected cinematic treats.
BAFTA winners and losers, Nicholas Hoult and Benedict Cumberbatch's new roles and Emma Thompson gets in touch with her dark side.
With its oddly satisfying mix of scares and laughs, "Warm Bodies" is the most heartwarming zombie flick ever.
A new, fifth addition to the X-Men saga is out today and, like a growing number of other superhero movies, is looking decidedly more British than usual.
Tom Ford's directorial debut reveals the eye of someone who appreciates old-school Hollywood glamor.
Tom Ford's directorial debut is a near-masterpiece about a mourning, closeted English professor, with Colin Firth in the performance of his career.
"About a Boy" — a lithe, Billy Wilder-esque dance on the wire of uneasy comedy — continues Nick Rogers' look back at the 365 best films of 2000-2009.