The Card Counter contains another exceptional performance by Oscar Isaac—even if the rest of the cast doesn't quite keep up.
The Night Clerk explores loneliness, voyeurism, and authenticity in a half-baked De Palma-style thriller.
Can a classic storyline and stacked cast raise the final X-Men movie above mediocrity?
Managing Editor Jason Gorber reviews Dark Phoenix – Does it raise the X-Men franchise from the ashes of Apocalypse or is it a First Class failure?
That Shelf wants to send you and a friend to an advance screening of Dark Phoenix in Toronto on Wednesday, June 5th!
Now that you've seen Ready Player One we’re going to catch you up on 10 of the coolest pop culture references that you may have missed.
Ready Player One is a classic Spielberg adventure that glosses over the more unique aspects of its premise.
X-Men: Apocalypse is extremely faithful to its source material, but does that make it a good movie?
French writer/director Gilles Paquet-Brenner talks to us about adapting Gillian Flynn's Dark Places while also learning to adapt to Hollywood.
John Travolta stars as an art forger about to embark on one last gig so he can spend time with his dying son in this passable potboiler that’s more character study than a thriller or a heist movie.
The Forger Gala John Travolta stars as an art forger and single dad about to embark on one last gig so he can spend some quality time with his dying son in this passable potboiler that’s more of a character study than a thriller or a heist film. Ray Cutter (Travolta) is a convicted felon […]
Joe Special Presentation Director: David Gordon Green An unusual relationship develops between young, refuge seeking drifter, Gary (Tye Sheridan) and ex-con Joe (Nicholas Cage) who oversees a crew clearing trees. Joe is a believable and emotional film that follows an unconventional friendship between two emotionally scarred people Taking place in America’s deep south, site foreman Joe […]
Mud feels like a classical young adult novel from the 80s or 90s brought to life with all of the life lessons intact, and it's mostly a positive thing.
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