Murder Mystery: The Tourist Meets Ocean’s Twelve Meets Murder on the Orient Express in a Blender–And Also Rich People Do Fucked Up Things

Taking into account the ever-waning ability of audiences to digest the rom-com, Jennifer Aniston and Adam Sandler have reteamed after 2011’s Just Go With It to put the required veneer on it to sell genre: murder mystery. Hence, the title being straightforwardly that. With the tag line, “First class problems, …

Ostracism’s No Party: Ma

As one of the elements of bullying still largely unaddressed by the so-called bleeding hearts of primarily liberals, ostracism factors in heavily to the lifelong insecurity and mental damage of those who are deemed “not worthy” enough to participate in that sadistic ritual known as adolescence, specifically high school. For …

It Doesn’t Take Rocketman’s Surrealist Portrayal of Elton John’s Life to Note the Psychology Behind His Cuntery: He Just Wanted Love, But It Was Impossible

In at least partial response to acting as director of Bohemian Rhapsody for two weeks (though he didn’t receive credit for that time, with Bryan Singer’s place as “sole party responsible” assured), Dexter Fletcher’s latest, Rocketman, is a more surrealistic (and much gayer) biopic detailing the rise and drug-addled stumble …

The Dead Don’t Die (Or Stop Wanting Coffee, Or WiFi Or Xanax) And That’s Part of Why We’re In A Boschian Hellscape

Never one to shy from the hyper-metaness of existence in his work, Jim Jarmusch’s latest, The Dead Don’t Die, is in every way an unbridled allusion to the present (in addition to his favorite actors not always getting a hold of the full script before production). That said, Ronnie Peterson …

Quentin Tarantino Has A Bret Easton Ellis Moment in “Rejecting A Hypothesis” During Once Upon A Time In Hollywood Press Conference

As the excitement mounts even now–in an era of extreme contempt for machismo–for Quentin Tarantino’s ninth film (when considering Kill Bill Vol. 1 and 2 as a single entity), Once Upon A Time in Hollywood, a question that naturally managed to get highlighted in today’s political climate during the Cannes …