Tag Archive: Michael Keaton

Dumbo (2019)

Dumbo (2019) In 2019, a beloved tale will take you to new heights. You’ve seen a dragonfly, a horsefly, and a housefly, but have you ever seen an elephant fly? Well, certainly not… Continue reading

American Assassin (2017)

American Assassin (2017) Assassins aren’t born. They’re made. Watching American Assassin, I couldn’t help but feel bad for Taylor Kitsch. Here’s a guy that was projected to become the next big thing (about… Continue reading

Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017)

Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) Fifteen years ago, a ‘little’ superhero film reminded me why it was so cool to be a comic book nerd — that film was Spider-Man (2002). Helmed by a lesser-known… Continue reading

The Founder (2016)

The Founder (2016) He took someone else’s idea and America ate it up. It’s been a real treat watching Michael Keaton go from strength to strength, the 65-year-old veteran delivering a couple of… Continue reading

Spotlight (2015)

Spotlight (2015) Break the story. Break the silence. ‘When you’re a poor kid from a poor family and when a priest pays attention to you, it’s a big deal,’ says Phil Saviano (Neal… Continue reading

Birdman (2014)

Birdman (2014) Aesthetically designed to challenge, inspire, frustrate, amaze and entertain, Alejandro González Iñárritu’s newest film, Birdman or (The Unexpected Virtue of Ignorance) — his fifth feature since Amores Perros in 2000 —… Continue reading

RoboCop (2014)

RoboCop (2014) Crime has a new enemy. It’s always a terrifying moment when a childhood classic is unnecessarily rehashed or artistically butchered as a cash-grab simply because Hollywood heavyweights are just too frightened… Continue reading