’Tis the season for a whole bunch of Sundance favorites to start cropping up in theaters near you, and amongst all the Bad Batches and Big Sicks this one small, understated drama shouldn’t be overlooked. In Columbus, John Cho and Haley Lu Richardson play out their own Lost in Translation: Two lost souls happen upon each other and strike up a connection in spite of their uncertainties about their futures.
Ridley Scott has gotten into expansive universe mode. When he opened the doors to the possibility with 2012’s Prometheus, he immediately began to plan for more, to write a detailed pre-history of his seminal Alien which has come to us in the form of Alien: Covenant, and which, like the Universe itself, grows ever larger by the day. Now, it looks like he‘s turning his sights to his other sci-fi property, which is itself also getting a sequel this year. And Scott wants even more.
Sone may say 2017 is the year of Nicole Kidman, Cannes darling, or some others may say it’s the year of Robert Pattinson. But it’s actually been secretly the year of Carrie Coon all along. Star of The Leftovers, the third season of Fargo, and currently filming a Spielberg movie, Coon is on the rise. And what better way to round out a great year than by adding a Steve McQueen movie to your slate?
For all intents and purposes, every sign points to Michael Bay and the Transformers series going their separate ways after The Last Knight. Bay even wrote a goodbye letter to the franchise thanking everyone involved for five movies’ worth of explosions, robots fighting each other, and female characters introduced from the legs up. But there’s one person who thinks he might be faking it.
Edgar Wright is a pro at creating fun, interesting characters in his movies, and the dynamics between those characters make his films as fantastic as they are. The Cornetto Trilogy had the unstoppable charm of Simon Pegg and Nick Frost, but even without the benefit of two actors who have been friends forever, Baby Driver is home to a host of engaging, fascinating players. A new featurette introduces us to two of them.
The end of one month means the start of another, which also means that new things are coming to a streaming platform near you. Netflix’s July instant releases are stacked, and include a few classic cartoon dinosaur movies, the premieres of a new Netflix original shows, and one Star Wars Story.
When the first trailer for Kingsman: The Golden Circle revealed that Colin Firth’s Harry Hart would be back from the dead in the upcoming sequel, it was great news, but not necessarily a surprise. Hart’s return had been hinted at for some time, and it really wouldn’t be a Kingsman movie without his particular debonair style. But exactly how he’ll return has remained a mystery, made all the more strange by the shot in the trailers in which his return is revealed: He seems to be behind glass, perhaps imprisoned, unaware that Eggsy and Merlin are looking at him.
When Michael Bay makes a movie, he likes to make a BIG movie. No measly 35-millimeter film stock for him. Bay, like James Cameron and others of their ilk, enjoy being on the cutting-edge of filmmaking technology, utilizing the newest, boldest thing to make their movies pop off the screen. And regardless of your thoughts on the Transformers franchise, there’s nothing quite like seeing them in an IMAX movie theater.
It’s that time again — time to mark your calendars for the start of a new month and a new streaming season! Today brings great news for Amazon Prime subscribers, as July’s slate of new additions has some really, really good ones in the mix.
Bong Joon-ho’s Okja is truly unlike any other movie you’ve seen. Sure, it’s got bits of Free Willy and maybe a touch of Charlotte’s Web, but it really needs to be seen to be believed. I guarantee you, you will fall in love with this super pig.
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