M. Night Shyamalan Funded Glass Himself

According to Forbes, Glass is apparently following in Superman’s footsteps. M. Night Shyamalan’s Unbreakable finale is not only the number one movie at the box office, but it is also adding to a legacy of big-budget productions that have been financed on the back of the creative’s auspices via a negative pickup deal. I first …

REVIEW: Glass (2019)

M. Night Shyamalan is a polarizing figure. His journey as a director has taken crazier turns than some of his movies. His first film, The Sixth Sense, was a hit, and created a bar that he’s had trouble reaching ever since. A lot of people forget about the movie he made right after The Sixth Sense because it didn’t …

You Should Be Watching: Death Becomes Her (1992)

“’Til death do us part!’ Well, you girls are dead. And I’m parting.” Welcome back to You Should Be Watching, where I discuss movies and TV shows that have been forgotten or overlooked. This week we’re becoming immortal with Meryl Streep and Goldie Hawn in Robert Zemeckis’ dark comedy Death Becomes Her. I first heard …

Rian Johnson’s Films Ranked Worst to Best

Star Wars: The Last Jedi hit the jackpot this weekend at the box office. The film grossed over $220 million domestically, making it the biggest opening weekend of 2017, and only the 2nd biggest opening weekend of all time, right behind Star Wars: The Force Awakens. In honor of this monumental victory, I’d like to …

Why Die Hard is a Christmas Movie

You hear it every year, the refrain of the party poopers who want to ruin everyone’s fun: “Die Hard isn’t a Christmas movie.” While no Christmas Season is ever short of Grinches, this year in particular seems to be bringing the wassail Nazis out of the woodwork, and Die Hard is their target, as always; …