Director Patty Jenkins, Script Patty Jenkins, Geoff Johns, and Dave Callaham Cinematographer Matthew Jensen Composer Hans Zimmer Editor Richard Pearson Cast Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Kristen Wiig, Pedro Pascal After many long delays due to the ongoing worldwide pandemic that has shut nearly all theaters down across the globe, Warner Bros made the decision to release it on HBO Max and to theaters that are open.
Rarely has a major studio film been so decisive with fans as The Last Jedi has been. You have one side that hates the film because it’s not what they expected or wanted and there is the other camp who seems to have to prove how great it is to themselves.
A few days ago the Alamo Drafthouse Ritz in Austin Texas announced that they were going to have a Wonder Woman With Wonder Women screening on Tuesday June 6th that is five days after the movie opens and that would not only be a women only screening but all of the staff for the event would be women.
I was lucky enough last night to get to see an advance screening of Wonder Woman Wednesday night to a packed house and to say that the audience was excited was an understatement.
Last Friday at the American Cinematheque Aero Theater was the second of a four-day retrospective of director Walter Hill and it was a double feature that included my favorite of his films Streets of Fire.
As we are less than a week away from Halloween today we take a look at the final batch of underrated horror films that you should watch to get you into the Halloween spirit.
We’re Back! If you missed the first part of my underrated horror films then you can find that HERE. As with the first list there are many great horror films to choose from to get you in the mood for Halloween and while there are the tried and true ones, there are many underrated ones that you may not have thought of to include.
Over the weekend I went to see Miss Peregrine Home for Peculiar Children directed by Tim Burton because I’m a fan of Burton and the movie looked very interesting.