With Rambo: Last Blood set for release this weekend, we revisit the entire Rambo series in this installment of Cinema Smack’s State of the Franchise!
It Chapter Two amplifies many of the same problems of its predecessor while dishing up a bloated runtime and not much story.
The Peanut Butter Falcon channels the drama, comedy, and heart of Barry Levinson’s 1988 film, Rain Man, while also carving out its own legacy as a heartfelt buddy film.
Lulu Wang’s new film, The Farewell, is an excellent family oriented dramedy with superb direction, acting, and overall storytelling.
Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett’s Ready or Not is a fun and effective horror film in the vein of films like Clue and The Evil Dead.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is a great film adaptation of the popular children’s books from the 80’s and 90’s with its lively tone, likable characters, and eerie visuals.
Quentin Tarantino’s new film, Once Upon a Time… In Hollywood, is an aesthetically beautiful recreation of late 1960’s Hollywood but suffers dearly from the plodding second act of its bloated runtime.
In the second installment of Artist Close-Up, we interview Zach Lorkiewicz, the director and creator of Los Angeles artist collective, Count the Clock!
Disney stumbles once again with a lifeless recreation of one of their most popular animated films, The Lion King, that banks on the audience’s nostalgia for the 1994 animated film.
Stranger Things Season 3 is a much more memorable follow-up to Season 2 with more of the drama, tenderness, and fun that made the first season such a phenomenon.