Posts Tagged ‘sequel’
"Furious 7," Disney's live-action adaptation of "Cinderella" and the excellent Brian Wilson biopic "Love and Mercy" lead this week's new Blu-ray & DVD releases.
Someone somewhere must’ve said Beetlejuice three times because he’s coming back. Winona Ryder made the announcement on last night’s Late Night with Seth Meyers. Michael Keaton & Tim Burton will also be back for the sequel. No word on a release date yet, but as always, the film yap will keep you updated.
After this, you sense even if Tom Cruise leans more heavily on others for 20 more years of "Mission" movies, he'll will them into equally unhurried excellence.
By Bob Bloom “Mission Impossible: Rogue Nation” is an express train with Tom Cruise firmly at the throttle. At 53 — and looking 10 years younger — Cruise is keenly aware of what his audience craves: lots of stunts filmed in a way that shows he is the star and not some anonymous stuntman putting […]
Sure, it’s pure popcorn — and it knows it. The movie sizzles just enough to heat up your kernels without burning you.
Pulpy summer fun with more on its mind than you'd think, "Jurassic World" is infused with equal danger, intimacy, intelligence and humor.
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.
Despite its introduction of the immediately iconic Thunderdome arena, this Mad Max tale can't quite bridge a directorial split.
It respectfully sends off Paul Walker amid momentum microbursts, but "Furious Seven" feels more like joyless, obligatory due diligence than a fun thrill ride.
Films with fully developed elderly characters shouldn't be a rarity, but this charming sequel highlights how scarce, and welcome, they are.
The Platonic ideal of a sorta-welcome comedy sequel we didn't need, "HTTM 2" proves some bottles aren't built to hold much more than a single bolt of lightning.
"Tak3n" picks up where the series disappointingly left off — Liam Neeson as more badass than dadass — but at least the actor makes a go at his character again.
It's the sequel to the movie that had no right to be good, but was. Of COURSE it's going to be awesome.