Works of art are products of their time, but critics and audiences are even more so. The Royal Ocean Film Society points out some of the films that were received horribly when they first came out, only to be praised years later. Will Michael Bay’s – ah we can’t. We can’t do it.
A new look at Guy Ritchie’s potentially bombastic take on the legend of King Arthur (Charlie Hunnam) and his life after he pulls the fabled sword from the stone and must reclaim the throne from the evil Vortigern (Jude Law), who stole his father’s crown.
Armie Hammer stars as an American soldier deployed in Africa. After failing to assassinate a target, he ends up escaping through a desert that’s riddled with land mines. And then he steps on one. It’s a survival movie where the dude’s kneeling in place the whole time.
A blind man’s faith and family keep him happy and content. One day the tumor that’s been causing his vision loss miraculously shrinks. But his newfound independence and confidence opens up his world in both good and bad ways.
A father takes his family to a desolate hut in the wake of an “unnatural” global threat. When another family asks to camp in with them, the tension inside the house becomes just as dangerous as the horrors outside. Starring Joel Edgerton and Riley Keough. Premieres 8/25/17.
“Is it you… or is just me?” Kristen Stewart turns in a critically-acclaimed performance in this psychological thriller. Stewart plays a personal shopper for celebrities who’s waiting for a sign from her recently deceased twin brother.
“Finally, here we have my secret room. Every good-looking mysterious billionaire bachelor has one.” Bruce Wayne and Bruce Wayne…’s roommate Batman give a quick tour of their house. We want to see Arthur Curry’s house next. Or Edward Nygma’s.
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