Richard Alaba delves into the unusual premise surrounding power and memory that can be found in psychological thriller, “The Girl on the Train.”
Directed by Wayne Wang, the sociopolitical commentary that can be found in the movie, “Maid in Manhattan,” is one that continues to successfully address our society’s current political mindframe during this 2016 presidential election.
While “The Shallows” publicity made it seem like the 2016 version of a “Jaws” horror movie, in truth, the movie’s true execution could be compared more to that of “The Martian.” “The Shallows”- much like “The Martian.”
Here is a list of the new nationwide box office releases for the weekend of Oct. 7, 2016.
Through the format of an online Truth or Dare game of sorts without the Truth portion, Nerve opens the floor for a dialogue about Internet anonymity, social media, the dangers of having your entire life publicly available for anyone to see with a click of a button and just how easily virtual reality can affect your everyday life.
After what seemed like years of rumors and hearsays, an adaptation of bestseller James Patterson’s YA bestselling series, “Maximum Ride,” is scheduled to go to the big screen.
Disney’s famous 1984 Academy Award nominated film “Splash” is about to undergo a serious gender-bending remake with Channing Tatum starring as the attractive mermaid, or in this case, merman.