Tag Archives: Warner Bros. Pictures

Dune May Be Unfilmable, but Denis Villeneuve Gives It One Heck of a Try

Dune May Be Unfilmable, but Denis Villeneuve Gives It One Heck of a Try

James Jay Edwards reviews Dune, an epic science fiction film directed by Denis Villeneuve, the latest attempt to adapt Frank Herbert’s novel. (Warner Bros. Pictures) 

The Many Saints of Newark Imitates The Sopranos Instead of Adding to It

James Jay Edwards reviews The Many Saints of Newark, a prequel film to the beloved HBO crime drama series The Sopranos by David Chase. (Warner Bros.) 

James Wan Has Gory Fun With Malignant

James Jay Edwards reviews Malignant, a horror film directed by James Wan from a screenplay by Akela Cooper, and starring Annabelle Wallis. (Warner Bros.) 

In the Heights Sings Its Way Through Stories of Hope

James Jay Edwards reviews In the Heights, a musical drama film based on the stage musical by Lin-Manuel Miranda and Quiara Alegría Hudes. (Warner Bros. Pictures) 

The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Is Just Another Conjuring-Verse Movie

James Jay Edwards reviews The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It, a supernatural horror film directed by Michael Chaves, starring Patrick Wilson and Vera Farmiga. (Warner Bros. Pictures) 

Godzilla vs. Kong Serves Up the Monster Bashing Action

James Jay Edwards reviews Godzilla vs. Kong, a new monster film directed by Adam Wingard, and starring Godzilla and King Kong. (Warner Bros., Legendary Pictures) 

Wonder Woman 1984 Is a Visually Stunning Rehash

James Jay Edwards reviews Wonder Woman 1984, a new Wonder Woman film with Patty Jenkins returning as director and Gal Gadot as star. (Warner Bros. Pictures)

Birds of Prey Wears Its Campiness Like a Badge of Honor

James Jay Edwards reviews Birds of Prey, the latest DC Comics superhero movie starring the character Harley Quinn, played by Margot Robbie.

Film Review: Motherless Brooklyn

Jason Arment reviews the film Motherless Brooklyn, written (screenplay adaptation), produced, directed by and starring Edward Norton. (Warner Bros. Pictures) 

Joker: What Mainstream Critics Miss & Why They Miss It

Jason Arment examines the movie Joker and illustrates what mainstream critics failed to see, or at least what they failed to connect as current, real-world events.