‘Stuber’ Review: Bautista And Nanjiani Highlight A Less-Funny ‘Collateral’

Directed by: Michael Dowse Written by: Tripper Clancy Starring: Dave Bautista, Kumail Nanjiani, Natalie Morales, Iko Uwais, & Karen Gillan Running time: 105 minutes Rating: R (for violence and language throughout, some sexual references and brief graphic nudity) Studio: 20th Century Fox Release date: July 12, 2019 Stu is an Uber driver. His boss mockingly calls him "Stuber." The … Continue reading ‘Stuber’ Review: Bautista And Nanjiani Highlight A Less-Funny ‘Collateral’

Kumail Nanjiani In Talks To Join Marvel’s ‘The Eternals’ Alongside Angelina Jolie

Last week it was reported that Academy Award-winning actress Angelina Jolie was in talks to join the Marvel Cinematic Universe in The Eternals. Now comes word that comedian and Oscar-nominee in his own right Kumail Nanjiani may also come aboard the project. The Eternals is one of two projects from Marvel Studios that is currently … Continue reading Kumail Nanjiani In Talks To Join Marvel’s ‘The Eternals’ Alongside Angelina Jolie

Disney Reinstates Director James Gunn As ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3’

No, this isn't an early April Fools prank. Courtesy of The Hollywood Reporter, Disney has, astonishingly enough, reinstated James Gun as director of Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3. You may recall, James Gunn was let go by the Mouse House in July of 2018 after old tweets resurfaced as the result of a conservative … Continue reading Disney Reinstates Director James Gunn As ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 3’

News Reel Rundown

By Jordan Peterson | @himynamesjordan One legend calls it a career while another is set to make a comeback. It's been a crazy news cycle, so without further ado, let's jump into the week's hottest headlines! Reel #1: The sun setting on the Sundance Kid One last ride for the Sundance Kid. In an interview … Continue reading News Reel Rundown

‘Hotel Artemis’ review

By Jordan Peterson | @thefilmmajor There is a lot going on inside the walls of the Hotel Artemis, as one might expect from a secret-not-so-secret hospital/hotel that exclusively caters to members of the criminal underworld. Unfortunately, none of it is as original or intriguing as the hotel itself. The year is 2028 and Los Angeles … Continue reading ‘Hotel Artemis’ review