There's often a divide between critics and audiences on the ways that many films are perceived. Oftentimes, I'm asked about the watchability of many films I love, including The Florida Project, Blue Valentine, and more. Those movies are fantastic. They're also movies I can only watch once a year if that. There are many who try to … Continue reading Top 25 Rewatchable Movies of 2018
Hello everyone! We're excited to be back, despite being sick, having weird mic issues, and much more going on. We're sorry about the audio issues, and we'll be better next week. In the meantime, we talk about Widows, Ralph Breaks the Internet, The Grinch, and a few trailers! Check it out!
It's another good weekend for the Wizarding World of Harry Potter. Meanwhile, some of the other new releases struggled against box office champions of the last few weeks. So let's jump into the weekend results. The box office winner was Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald (review) which put together a very strong weekend with $62.1 … Continue reading Box Office Report: With a ‘Wingardium Leviosa’ Grindelwald Takes the Top Spot
Labeling a film as a genre story can often do a disservice to the film. Some films do not fully fit into a single genre. Others might tip their toes into the genre pool. Expectations rise, and if your film does not fully execute within that genre, it can be seen as a disappointment. However, … Continue reading Review: The Human Story of ‘Widows’ Outshines the Heist With Viola Davis Stunning
We've looked over a couple of the fun categories that we here at We Bought a Blog love to check in on. Documentary Feature is very deep. Animated Feature is not. However, this year has set itself up as a really strong year overall, even if it is a top-heavy one. This ranking is still … Continue reading It’s Best Picture Time! Ahead of “A Star Is Born” Releasing This Weekend, Let’s Check In (10/4)