Review: BLACK WIDOW Forgets To Give Natasha Romanoff A Farewell

Natasha Romanoff (Scarlett Johansson) as Black Widow in Marvel Studios' BLACK WIDOW. Photo by Jay Maidment. ©Marvel Studios 2020.

Black Widow impresses with its larger-than-life action and terrific stuntwork. However, it forgets to give a proper close to its titular character. Avengers: End Game brings Natasha Romanoff to a literal close, so it’s a shame her first solo film leaves you wanting more in an unimpressed fashion. An action-packed, fun, emotional, and sometimes hilarious film… Continue reading Review: BLACK WIDOW Forgets To Give Natasha Romanoff A Farewell

Florence Pugh is Scary Good in Midsommar | Prime Video

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Review: MIDSOMMAR Director’s Cut Offers More Context And Is More Rewarding

Jack Reynor, Florence Pugh. Photo by Gabor Kotschy, Courtesy of A24.

Midsommar, Ari Aster’s sophomore feature re-released this past weekend in select theaters with thirty minutes of additional footage. If the original cut that was released this July wasn’t uncomfortable enough for you, Midsommar’s extended cut is certainly going to provide several more moments to make audiences feel uneasy, and disgusted with themselves. Just like the… Continue reading Review: MIDSOMMAR Director’s Cut Offers More Context And Is More Rewarding

Review: MIDSOMMAR Is A Horrific Breakup Experience

Florence Pugh as Dani crying in Ari Aster's MIDSOMMAR

After taking audiences by storm with his breakout masterpiece Hereditary, Ari Aster returns with Midsommar, which tells the most disturbing cinematic breakup tale. Aster’s sophomore feature depicts a ruthless and unnerving descent into madness between two people that don’t deserve a happily ever after. Written and directed by Aster, the film stars Florence Pugh, Jack… Continue reading Review: MIDSOMMAR Is A Horrific Breakup Experience

Review: MIDSOMMAR Doesn’t Shine Brightly Enough

(Center) Isabelle Grill. Photo by Csaba Aknay, Courtesy of A24.

Midsommar is the second film from writer-director Ari Aster, the highly anticipated follow-up to last year’s freakiest horror movie, Hereditary. The film is about a group of people who travel to a rural town in Sweden for a commune’s midsummer festivities, only to find out that what they are actually attending is a more bizarre… Continue reading Review: MIDSOMMAR Doesn’t Shine Brightly Enough

TRAILER: FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY Is A Comedy Championship Belt For The WWE

Fighting with my Family stars Florence Pugh as an aspiring wrestler who, along with her equally ambitious brother, get a shot to audition for the WWE and results create a mix of action and comedy that includes a special guest — The Rock. The film is produced by the WWE with Stephen Merchant on as… Continue reading TRAILER: FIGHTING WITH MY FAMILY Is A Comedy Championship Belt For The WWE