Yellowcard’s fans hugged each other close and not just because it was unseasonably chilly for a Texas “autumn.” Tonight, everyone at Austin’s Historic Scoot Inn was inching closer to their friends and fan-family as they celebrated the bittersweet ending of an era.
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‘Jason Bourne’ feels like an out-of-time, unnecessary appendage that’s been Frankesteined onto an already well-crafted trilogy.
Unfortunately ‘Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping’ refuses to connect on anything close to the levels of fun of its predecessors.
‘X-Men: Apocalypse’ is a trainwreck not even Magneto could stop.
When approaching ‘Captain America: Civil War’, the Russo Brothers stated they wanted to assemble this film differently than other Marvel movies.
‘Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice’ is a mess. And not a very beautiful looking one either.
Egerton as Eddie “The Eagle” Edwards, the notorious British ski jumper who participated in the 1988 Winter Olympics, is a performance to watch and treasure with glee. Egerton simply disappears in the role. There is a tenacity to him, like a scrappy, undersized dog who won’t stop following you no matter how often you tell him “no”.
When deciding if ‘How to Be Single’ is worth spending 110 minutes out on the town with, there is no harm in deciding to swipe right.
When the Coen Brothers commit to a project, you know they are all in in every angle of its execution, and that masterful craftsmanship is presented front and center in ‘Hail, Caesar!’
‘Creed’ is a film with heart and heavy dramatic honesty and succeeds in building off of the foundation that ‘Rocky’ built.
Despite occasional stumbles, “The Good Dinosaur” celebrates the journey and joys of finding one’s self
It is the hero’s journey to the very core, but along the way, Pixar finds ways to sprinkle in nuance that leads to some of their well-known creative visuals and strong emotional revelations.