The Tony Hawk’s Pro Skater series introduced skateboarding, its music and its lifestyle to a mainstream audience. Former THPS producer Ralph D’Amato is working on a documentary about the series’ origins, featuring interviews with Tony, Rodney Mullen and more.
(PG-13: Language, Flashing images) “Doctor Strange explores the nature of human consciousness. Especially when you watch it high as sh*t.” The astute ET Garyx Wormuloid sums up the Sorcerer Supreme’s adventure and change of heart.
(PG-13) An ex-cop spends 6 years in prison for attempted murder. But back outside, it’s as if time stopped, and he can’t escape from his past mistakes. In short, his life has turned into a Coen Brothers film. Nikolaj Coster-Waldau stars in this Netflix-exclusive comedy. Drops 4/28/17.
(PG-13) Charlize Theron kicks large quantities of ass in this action flick about a killer MI6 agent who must take on a city filled with baddies. We’re excited to see stunt coordinator and director David Leitch behind the lens – he co-directed John Wick and is helming Deadpool 2.
Buster is the local crazy guy in a remote mountain town. Like most crazy guys, he used to be one of us, trying to make ends meet. His struggles and a conspiracy buff make him snap. Mr. Robot’s Rami Malek stars in this surreal mystery drama. Premieres 4/28/17.
(PG-13: Language) Wisecrack’s extraterrestrial film critic sums up Beauty and the Beast, which has become a beloved classic despite making no sense at all and, against its premise, ultimately teaching kids that they should either be rich or physically attractive to be loved.
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.
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