Sorry we’re late, there was traffic on the highway back from Hawaii. …That’s a BoJack reference, and Part I of the final season premiered today on Netflix. The trailer for that, plus everything released in theaters and at home (or to your phone, tablet, and streaming … Continue reading Box Office Weekend October 18-25, 2019
We are getting steadily closer to Halloween, and so our new films are a re-hash of horror tropes. Would you like a haunted camera? Perhaps a haunted psychiatric patient? All that and more (like the Breaking Bad movie on Netflix), below the fold.
Joker is out today. It’s sure to dominate the box office this weekend, but it seems worth mentioning that the film, which borrows perhaps too heavily from Taxi Driver (it’s so hard to be a toxic man in this world!) has the police on high … Continue reading Box Office Weekend: Friday, October 4, 2019
It’s September! It’s fall, unless you’re in NYC, in which case this is our last weekend with open beaches and you can pry summer from my cold dead hands. In any case, it’s week-by-week for trailers again, and you’ll find them all below the fold.
Screen Scholars is taking a summer hiatus. While we build sandcastles in the sand we hope these trailers for every movie out this month tide (ha!) you over.
Movies! Movies on Netflix that maybe weren’t good enough for the theaters! Quentin Tarantino’s revisionist history! Jamie Bell, testing my desire to see him on screen! All that and more below.
The remake of The Lion King comes out this weekend, which is sure to dominate the box office. (There are other movies, though!) As for streaming, there’s a new season of Queer Eye.
It’s a holiday weekend and your offerings are slight. One supposes studios are counting on you to go surfing or see Toy Story 4. Spider-Man: Far from Home: Man, I don’t know, why do they keep making these? Marianne & Leonard: Words of Love is … Continue reading Box Office Weekend: Friday, July 5, 2019
Slim pickings this weekend, in theaters and online. I guess we’d better all get outdoors for World Pride.
It’s all about toys this weekend, with Toy Story 4 and a rebooted Child’s Play.