All posts by "James Patrignani"

“Miss Bala” is a frustratingly monotonous action film about an American, Gloria Fuentes (Gina Rodriguez), whose world is turned upside down when she is caught in the middle of a ...

Michael Bay’s “Transformers” series has had a hard time escaping its trend of nonsensical action, horrible characters and poor attempts at comedy. However, the franchise’s latest entry, “Bumblebee,” finally breaks ...

Director Adam McKay’s biopic “Vice” chronicles the story of Dick Cheney (Christian Bale), the incredibly powerful yet secretive vice president who served under former President George W. Bush (Sam Rockwell). ...

Director Karyn Kusama’s new crime-thriller, “Destroyer,” is an incredible, character-driven story led by a career-defining performance from Nicole Kidman. The film tells the story of Los Angeles police officer Erin ...

Director Peter Farrelly’s “Green Book,” a film based on the complicated, real-life friendship between New York bouncer Tony ‘Lip’ Vallelonga (Viggo Mortensen) and musician Don Shirley (Mahershala Ali), takes place ...

Modern horror is often full of bland jumpscares, bloated set pieces and jump cuts that either shy away from a PG-13 rating or use an R-rating simply to attract audiences ...

For decades, Queen fans have been mesmerized by Freddie Mercury’s four-octave voice. Bryan Singer’s film “Bohemian Rhapsody” tributes the legacy of Queen, one of the most influential rock bands of ...

“Man Made,” a documentary co-written and directed by Assistant Professor of English and Creative Writing T Cooper, is a fascinating and enlightening view into the lives of four transgender men ...