It’s not going too far or giving away too much to say the Guardians will never be the same after this movie.
Here is a rundown of some of the most anticipated films that will be opening between the beginning of May and the end of August.
Last week six new movies opened in Northwest Arkansas theaters, and this week five new films are debuting locally, and we are still two weeks away from the summer movie season.
It’s the week after Easter, but all hell is breaking loose at movie theaters.
In the broadest sense, directors are storytellers, and for my money, Ben Affleck remains one of the best working to day.
‘Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves’ is an entertaining fantasy/comedy that on the surface doesn’t take itself too seriously, and because of that, it’s a fun time at the movies.
This is a movie that if you are interested in seeing, I’d suggest going quickly before you stumble across bits of information that you probably don’t want know before seeing the film.
The movie is packed with humor, action, charming characters, fearsome adversaries, and solid special effects featuring a veritable menagerie of mythological creatures to duke it out with the Shazam Family.
Indy favorite “Everything Everywhere All at Once” leads the pack with 11 nominations, while “All Quiet on the Western Front” and “The Banshees of Inisherin” each received nine. “Elvis” received eight.
For two-thirds of “Creed III,” the movie is better than any freshman directorial effort has the right to be.
Watching Cocaine Bear is kind of like eating a Twinkie. You know it’s ultimately bad for you, but it tastes good enough while you’re eating it.
It’s too big, sprawling, silly, and messy of a production to make any critic’s Oscar list, but it’s a fun time at the movie if you are of the mind to let it be.
For those sweethearts who are headed to the movie theater as part of their Valentine’s Day celebration, there is somewhat slim pickings. In fact, the best film in local theaters this week is 25 years old.
The film no doubt offers some chilling moments that are up there with the best of the director’s work, but unfortunately the movie’s payoff just left me wanting more.
Director Oliver Hermanus does a wonderful job of capturing the futility and frustrating nature of government work in the film that is slyly satirical.