Captain Marvel, the twenty-first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, is one of the most generic, yet unbelievably smug, films ever made. Period.
Glass, the followup to M. Night Shyamalan’s successful 2017 film, Split, as well as his 2000 effort, Unbreakable, is a cobbled together mess of ideas that’s overly long, poorly told, and incomprehensible at times.
It took 14 years for Disney and Pixar to make a follow-up to 2004’s The Incredibles but it delivers on all fronts and is a worthy successor to the original in every way.
It has been quite some time but with Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom set for release this week, it’s time to take a look back at the Jurassic Park series as a whole in this installment of Cinema Smack’s State of the Franchise!
While not a perfect film overall, Avengers: Infinity War gives fans a dominant villain and desperate heroes to sympathize with in Marvel’s darkest, and most exciting, offering yet.
Kong: Skull Island is tasked with reintroducing the character of King Kong in 2017 and that’s exactly what it does. No more, no less.
The second trailer for the upcoming King Kong reboot, Kong: Skull Island, has been released.
Tim Burton’s newest film, Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children, has that classic Burton feel yet suffers from inconsistent storytelling.
The first trailer for the film adaptation of Stephen King’s Cell gets released.
With Captain America: Civil War set for release in less than two weeks, we check out the Cap’s past, present, and future in this month’s State of the Franchise…