Honk if you’ve been to a drive-in!
Is it worth the extra cost?
Time to tell the ugly truth.
Watch through the end!
In the spirit of saying something nice about a small indie movie that’s ultimately not harming anybody, let’s stop again to praise Gerwig, who somehow manages to be both stunningly beautiful and an accessible, and occasionally very odd, onscreen presence. She flings herself gamely into Lola’s downward spiral, in an unglamorous and un-self-conscious way
It’s clear that Prometheus never intended to concretely answer many of the big notions it brings up, but much like he did for the end of Lost, Lindelof settles on feeble spiritual ideas as his story’s resolution, without the audience’s attachment to the characters this time to bolster them
A crime comedy.
We might be preventing the future.
How many films can you name?
Who we want cast.