Aquarela Review: A Mesmerizing Water Documentary

[ad_1] Aquarela‘s singular focus is the unrelenting power of water. Filmed at a mesmerizing 96 frames per second, Aquarela spans the globe showing the effects of climate change to life’s primary element. Russian director Victor Kossakovsky takes you on a stark and visceral journey. His documentary has zero narration, mere crumbs of dialogue, and no […]

Aquarela Review: A Mesmerizing Water Documentary

[ad_1] Aquarela‘s singular focus is the unrelenting power of water. Filmed at a mesmerizing 96 frames per second, Aquarela spans the globe showing the effects of climate change to life’s primary element. Russian director Victor Kossakovsky takes you on a stark and visceral journey. His documentary has zero narration, mere crumbs of dialogue, and no […]

Ad Astra review: Brad Pitt, Ruth Negga star in James Gray space drama

[ad_1] Brad Pitt leads Ad Astra (Picture; New Regency) Brad Pitt brings empathy and an awards-worthy to a slow burn drama that asks us to care about another man and his daddy issues but ultimately leaves you feeling cold. In Ad Astra (latin for ‘to the stars’ and shortened from the usual phrase Per aspera […]

‘Just Mercy’ puts Michael B. Jordan in the awards race: Review

[ad_1] By any measure, Bryan Stevenson is a remarkable man: A Harvard-educated lawyer, he’s devoted his 30-plus-year career to fighting for social justice and legal reform for the poor, the disenfranchised, and the wrongly convicted, including those sentenced to execution.  The new movie about him, on the other hand, is nothing that radical. Just Mercy […]

Carpool Karaoke The Mic is a road trip must-have: Review

[ad_1] Made for the car • Really fun • Cool to hear your voice on the radio • Entertaining • Long battery life and rechargeable You need a separate app for lyrics • Expensive gadget for limited use • Not the most intuitive set-up • Awkward canned message from Corden plays from the microphone It […]

Control Review – TechSpot | Tempemail24.us

[ad_1] Control is the latest game from the makers of Max Payne, Alan Wake, and Quantum Break. It’s a twisted, haunting odyssey through an old post-WWII office building under siege by parasitic beings from another dimension. Control has all the standard elements of a regular third-person shooter, but its exhaustive world building and all-consuming eeriness […]

The Angry Birds Movie 2 Review: A Stupidly Funny Sequel

[ad_1] The Angry Birds Movie 2 has the irritated avians and their pugnacious porker foes joining forces against a common threat. The massively popular mobile game spawns a sequel that surpasses the utter silliness of the original. The Angry Birds Movie 2 goes full tilt on its goofy plot. Loaded with slapstick shenanigans and a […]

‘Succession’ soars higher and hits harder in Season 2: Review

[ad_1] Succession is hardly the first show to notice that the rich are not like you and me. We’ve all heard the power corrupts, that money is the root of all evil, and also that greed is good; we’ve all ogled the reality-show mansions and indulged in the princess fantasies.  What makes Succession stand out, […]

Netflix’s ‘The Family’ can’t pin down its slippery subject: Review

[ad_1] The following is a spoiler-free review of Netflix’s The Family.  The Family is more likely to give you forehead wrinkles than answers. Best categorized as an eyebrow raise told in five acts, Netflix’s latest docuseries takes aim at the Christian political organization The Family — officially known as The Fellowship Foundation. Don’t be surprised […]

The Kitchen Review: Female Gangster Flick Fizzles

[ad_1] The Kitchen is the film adaptation of the DC Vertigo graphic novel by Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle. The premise gives a female perspective to the traditional, machismo infused ethnic gangster flick. Unfortunately, we don’t get Goodfellas with gals. A vacuous plot and utterly predictable execution wastes the formidable talents of a top tier […]