Latest Movie Releases: Week of February 8
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How do you really know if a movie actually gets snubbed? Isn't art subjective? If so, then wouldn't the "snubs" the Academy is guilty of be just a matter of personal taste?
At the end of every year, critic groups from major North American cities like Los Angeles, New York, Chicago, Toronto, and Boston name their Best Pictures.
It's Supernatural meets It Follows in this week's episode, Love Hurts.
In Hudson, Ohio, Dan and Melissa Harper are getting ready to go out for dinner when the babysitter, Staci, arrives. Staci's a bit late and almost wakes the baby but things get a bit more interesting when she kisses Dan in the living room.
The monsters will always be there but the chance at a family won't.
It's another slow week for the Winchesters. No news on the Amara front and they haven't heard anything from Castiel since left the bunker the last time. It feels like the making of a quiet week until they get a call from Castiel's vessel's daughter, Claire, telling them to head over to Sioux Falls, South Dakota.
When a malevolent banshee attacks the vulnerable patrons of the an old folks home, Sam and Dean
After seeing Lucifer again in the cage, Sam is still pretty shaken up. Dean wants them to get out of the bunker and found a case where a man named Harold was found dead in his room with his head bashed open but there were no signs of a break in and the best part – it happened at a retirement home fifteen minutes away.
You'll taunt me and torture me – and I'll say no. And eventually, sooner than you think, my brother's gonna walk through that door and kick your ass.
Stuck in the cage with nowhere to go, Sam is at the mercy of Lucifer. Sam assumes that the devil will taunt him and torture him but Lucifer has another plan: to make Sam an offer he can't refuse.
How do you tell a story like 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi and do it justice?
Based on a book which is based on a true story, we're taken to Benghazi, Libya where we follow a team of military veterans hired on as contractors to provide security for a secret CIA base and consultants to a U.S. ambassador residing nearby.
I hate writing traditional movie reviews. I hate having to express myself within the confines of a structured checklist. Here's the plot summary. The acting was strong. The writing was confident. The sets were pretty. The music was loud.
Worst of all is having to rate films though some kind of metric: numbers, letters, stars, thumbs, tomatoes, etc.
Is it really possible that Creed, the SEVENTH film in the Rocky franchise, could actually be that good? Seriously? For real?
I love the Rocky movies. I love every minute of each and every one, no matter how gloriously awful they've become.
It may be too early to discuss the Oscars, but the year in film is wrapping up with a disappointingly meager bang. Years previous, the winter has been a wonderland of cool, exciting new movies. But aside from the mixed, yet intriguing buzz surrounding The Revenant and the fervent anticipation for films like Carol or The Hateful Eight, there's little to get excited about this season.
Annoyed by the blind obedience of God's followers, Amara destroys a park based preacher and his congregation while Sam has another vision of being in the cage with Lucifer. He snaps out of it only to see a burning bush behind him. He tries to explain what he saw to Dean but his brother still thinks it's crazy.
Heroes aren't perfect and sometimes they're scared.
It's just another usual day for Sam as he wakes up and makes his morning coffee, only to notice the spread of candy, cake and other desserts laid out for him. Suddenly someone surprises them and then he punches them in the face - it's his childhood imaginary friend, Sully. Sam can't believe it and Dean literally can't see it.