Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog With A Look At “They Shall Not Grow Old” and “Stan & Ollie!
John C. Reilly & Steve Coogan In “Stan & Ollie”
January is often known as the place most studios dump the films in which they have no confidence to die. Fortunately it’s also the place where limited release films from the year before get a larger theater count so the general public can, you know, actually see them! In this case, there are two stellar films that deserve your attention. One of them is a World War I documentary by the legendary Peter Jackson and another tells the tale of one of the worlds most legendary comedy teams in Laurel & Hardy. Both are must see cinema! Continue reading
Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog with a look at M. Night Shyamalan’s “Glass”, the final film in a trilogy that began with “Unbreakable” way back in 2000.
Samuel L. Jackson Returns As Mr. Glass In The Thriller “Glass”
Shyamalan is a talented filmmaker who is a bit hit or miss with me. I enjoyed “Split,” the second film in the series but was a little cool on the pacing and sudden ending of “Unbreakable.” For me “Glass” falls somewhere in the middle.
Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog With A Look At “Escape Room!”
It’s Getting Hot In The “Escape Room”
I have to admit I knew absolutely nothing about “Escape Room” going into the film save that it looked like a second rate, trendy version of a film like “The Belko Experiment.” I’m pleasantly surprised to tell you that this is a fun little film although it suffers from many of the same flaws these types of thrillers often encounter.
Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog with a look at “The Grinch” and “Ralph Breaks The Internet!”
Benedict Cumberbatch Is Out To Steal Christmas As “The Grinch!
This fall brings to bare two of the big heavyweights in the animated movie department. Disney Animation and Illumination are going to the mat when it comes to the winter season and animated films! Illumination giving us their interpretation of the classic Dr. Seuss tale “The Grinch” while Disney is giving us the six-years in development sequel to “Wreck It Ralph,” “Ralph Breaks The Internet.”
Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog with a look at “Creed 2” and “Green Book.”
Adonis Creed and Victor Drago face off in “Creed 2”
This fall is turning out to be a banner year for dramatic films. Usually the holiday season boasts action fare and family fare in equal measure, and to be sure we have films like “Ralph Breaks The Internet” and “The Grinch,” but this year dramas like “Widows” have taken some of the spotlight. But while”Widows” isn’t doing much at the box office, movies like “Creed 2” and the excellent “Green Book” are looking to compete for filmmakers dollars over the holiday season.