Django Unchained
Review

Django Unchained

By Jackson Diianni Django Unchained (2012) gives us a superhero in place of a slave. It’s a film that mocks racism, slavery and white supremacy in the most masturbatory way possible. The point is that people can go to the movies and see Jamie Foxx kicking a slave-owner’s ass, or see the KKK fumbling with … Continue reading

Crash
Review / Throwback Review

Crash

By Jackson Diianni Although usually regarded as one of the worst Best Picture winners, Crash (2004) is not without support. Probably its most famous defender is Roger Ebert, who gave it a perfect 4/4 review. He calls it a movie of “intense fascination”, explaining that, “not many films have the possibility of making their audiences … Continue reading

Smallfoot
Review

Smallfoot

By Tony Di Nizo While Disney dominates the animation arena, other studios are begging to throw their hat into the ring. Warner Animation Group, an underdog competitor has given the mouse house a run for their money with The Lego Movie franchise. Now they are back with another potential franchise, attempting to create another snow-themed … Continue reading

Venom
Review

Venom

By Brendan McMahan Sony Pictures and Marvel Studios have had muddled interactions over the last three years, with Spider-Man’s introduction to the Marvel Cinematic Universe being one of the few products of a deal we got to see. After the box office shortcoming of The Amazing Spider-Man 2 (2014), Sony agreed to give Marvel the … Continue reading