Posts Tagged ‘tye sheridan’

The Card Counter

Writer/director Paul Schrader grapples with America's post-9/11 sins in "The Card Counter," but does so with surprising warmth and hopefulness.


Horny teens in space seems like a silly concept (and it is), but "Voyagers" likely would've benefited from being hornier.

Dark Phoenix

Though it didn't connect with most audiences and critics, "Dark Phoenix" stands up to anything else in the X-Men franchise.

Dark Phoenix

A fitting end to the X-Men saga (for now) in a film with little time for subtext or humor.

Ready Player One

Taking from a popular sci-fi novel about a virtual, 80's-drenched scavenger hunt, Steven Spielberg has yet again shown his talent by turning the fun, flawed novel into another incredibly enjoyable film to add to his impressive filmography.

X-Men: Apocalypse

A bit overlong and overstuffed with unnecessary distractions, but "X-Men: Apocalypse" ably continues the mutant superhero saga.

X-Men: Apocalypse

"X-Men: Apocalypse" delivers another nail in the coffin for the godfather franchise of modern superhero cinema.