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‘Bad Boys: Ride or Die’ Review: Smith and Lawrence Entertain with More of the Same

Photo courtesy and © Sony Pictures  Four years ago, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence reunited for their third go-round as Lt.  Mike Lowery and Lt. Marcus Burnett, the Miami police detectives first introduced back in Michael Bay’s 1995 buddy comedy classic, Bad Boys. Due to COVID shutting down movie theaters, that 2020 three-quel, Bad Boys…

‘The Watchers’: Exclusive Interview with Writer/Director Ishana Night Shyamalan

Check out more of CinemaDaily US’ video interviews on our YouTube channel One presumes that filmmaker Ishana Night Shyamalan has been around movies for her entire life, considering who her father is, so when she decided to write and direct her first movie, it may not have been too big a surprise. Based on a…

The Dead Don’t Hurt : Exclusive Video Interview with Viggo Mortensen & Vicky Krieps

Check out more of CinemaDaily US’ video interviews on our YouTube channel Not many people realize that Viggo Mortensen’s career as an actor stretches back to way before Peter Jackson’s Oscar-winning The Lord of the Rings trilogy. Ever since that pivotal moment in his career, he’s been a go-to actor for filmmakers like David Cronenberg…

Should You Fear Monkey Man?

Photo by Universal Pictures – © Universal Studios. All Rights Reserved. Everyone loves Dev Patel. It’s been great to see him grow and tackle so many different roles since his break out performance in Slumdog Millionaire after jumping from TV to film. But, for as many sides he has shown of himself, it seems there’s one…

In space, no one can hear you be mediocre-I.S.S. Review

Being clever in the realm of entertainment media can be a difficult thing. Many people have great ideas and a killer elevator pitch can mean the difference between an instant green light and year in production limbo. On paper, I.S.S. is an intriguing premise. Using the isolation of the International Space Station and very real…

The Beekeeper is Not “It”…

@Photo by Amazon MGM Studios – © 2023 Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures Inc. All Rights Reserved. In a world where there is a dearth of deep and soul searching films to move and impact an audience in more than just a lane of entertainment, there still needs to be pure entertainment. When it comes to action films, John…

“The Killer” is Here to Open Our Eyes to Our Own Brutality

The Killer is someone you’ve probably never been. The Killer is a sociopath with a wealth of knowledge and skills. You’ve never been that adept at anything, let alone contract murder. The Killer is silent, deadly, an enigma. Certainly, you’ve never been a ghost amongst the world of the living. Though you may daydreamed about being slick, silent,…

Review: Wallowing through “Five Nights at Freddy’s”

As the video game adaptation renaissance continues, the one property that was stuck in development hell for 8 years is finally being released to the world. While the clearly inspired Willy’s Wonderland beat it to market, fans have been clamoring for the real world representation of Five Nights at Freddy’s to hit the silver screen….

NYFF Review: “Ferrari” Loses its Fight for First Place

The wonderful thing about a biopic is that you don’t have to have any invested interest into the subject to enjoy the product. Your interest in cars and their legacy won’t get in the way of what you experience on the screen in Ferrari. Yet, unlike Maestro where superior filmmaking makes up for pitfalls of…

NYFF Review: The Troubles of a “May December” Romance

Though they never went away, the strange mystique and fervor of a blockbuster tabloid story rife with scandalous sexuality and intrigue seem less impactful and almost commonplace in the social media age. The power these stories had in the mid to late 90s was unmatched. SNL sketches and TV movies of the week based on…

Review: Surviving “The Last Voyage of the Demeter”

There’s no doubt about it, we’re in the midst of a vampire resurgence. While there have been a slew of vampire films in its wake, Twilight seemed to kill the bigger budget bloodsucker flicks for a bit. 2023 finds life coming back to the dead though. Sure, there are plenty of films still in production,…