We break down our favorite Adam Sandler films of all-time!
It's wonderful that, after so long trying to get this film off the ground, it is fully allowed to truly soar.
Julianne Moore deserves a ton of credit and makes the final scene feel epic in its own way after the story that's been told, but she was the diamond in a bit of rough.
Perhaps it's a warning against taking life too seriously. Or maybe it's just about getting high, having sex and enjoying a good poem.
At this point I'm quickly becoming convinced that the McDonagh brothers can do no wrong.
Everything works, from the wonderful soundtrack to the characters, situations and humor, and left me with no complaints.
Wrestling and filmmaking have an essential ingredient in their core that mirror each other: the need to convince an audience that something they know is scripted is real.
If your best friend had a terminal illness and asked you to help them commit suicide...do you think you could do it?
Cold Pursuit is a revenge thriller with an insurmountable sense of fun amidst the bloodletting, which makes for something that is memorable in more than one area.
This is a fantastic film about family, friends, sacrifice, and finding yourself as well as your place in the world.
Laughter truly is the best medicine, and this duo seems to understand that as well as the pair they are imitating.
On one hand, it's pretty transparent, but on the other hand it is easy to enjoy thanks to the surprising chemistry and inherent likability of Kevin Hart and Bryan Cranston.
It has the tools to deliver in a big way and succeeds, giving us a memorable, highly rewatchable film with a bite more than equal to its bark.
The movie is definitely not without its slant, but it doesn't seek to be a "fair and balanced" look at such a powerful figure. It is part grounded biography, part wild political satire.