That’s the first of many problems with Kong: Skull Island—the tone is completely off from that of Godzilla. Sure, as directed by Jordan Vogt-Roberts, there are moments of action and suspense similar to Edwards’ flick, but the tone of this film jumps up and down like a kangaroo in a bouncy castle. How can these two films cross over successfully when one is so starkly serious and the other so ludicrously flippant?
By: Daniel Reynolds By now you’ve probably seen the first real trailer for Quentin Tarantino‘s new film, The Hateful Eight. The film, Tarantino’s eighth, is a western supposedly inspired by the […]
By: Chris Dagonas and Dan Grant CHRIS: Hey Dan, have you ever seen that Powerade commercial? The one with the college basketball coach? DAN: Yeah, I remember that one. Why […]
By: Daniel Reynolds One of our illustrious editors, Dan Grant, is getting married this weekend. For his birthday last year his soon-to-be wife, Emma, gifted him with a bound copy of […]
By: Daniel Reynolds Straight off the top, let’s get something out of the way: the first Captain America movie was the best of the post-Iron Man Marvel movies to be […]