The Meg – Review

by Chris Rogers It’s Stath versus shark in this loose and lively adaptation of Steve Alten’s Meg: A Novel of Deep Terror, which leans into its schlocky generic trappings for better and for worse. Five years after a botched underwater evacuation, rescue diver Jonas Taylor (Jason Statham) is called out of his self-imposed exile when a deep-sea research facility is attacked by a previously prehistoric … Continue reading The Meg – Review

Christopher Robin – Review

There have been a few movies that follow the aging of a popular child character. Hook saw Peter Pan, the boy who would never grow-up, well grow-up. Toy Story 3 dealt with the it’s lead child Andy turning into a teenager and moving to college. Even the upcoming Mary Poppins has Jane and Michael Banks as adult children as the titular Nanny floats down into … Continue reading Christopher Robin – Review