James Mangold’s Ford v Ferrari is a very well made film with some excellent lead performances from Matt Damon and Christian Bale.
As a proper sequel to the horror classic, The Shining, Mike Flanagan’s Doctor Sleep is a worthy follow-up that successfully attempts new things instead of resting solely on the laurels of its predecessor.
Despite the return of creator James Cameron in a producer role and fan favorites like Linda Hamilton and Arnold Schwarzenegger, Terminator: Dark Fate is just another Terminator movie and that’s not a good thing.
It’s Halloween! This year, we do something different as we break down Cinema Smack’s Top 10 favorite horror films of all time!
With the release of Terminator: Dark Fate set for this weekend, it’s time to sift through the atrociously convoluted timeline of the Terminator series in this installment of Cinema Smack’s State of the Franchise!
Ten years after the original, Zombieland: Double Tap sticks to its predecessor’s formula as an enjoyable, if uninspired, sequel.
Jay and Silent Bob Reboot marks the return of the titular cult favorite stoners in a heartfelt, yet convoluted and largely unfunny, mess of a movie.
The 2019 version of The Addams Family is a shockingly bland re-imagining of the charismatic and quirky characters created by Charles Addams.
Todd Phillips’ new film, Joker, is an astounding achievement for DC as a brutally realistic character study of someone’s descent into madness.
James Gray’s new space drama, Ad Astra, is reminiscent of many other recent space-centric films but far less memorable.