The Spotlight: ‘Glass’ earns a 38% score on Rotten Tomatoes, the Oscars won’t have a host and Joaquin Phoenix’s ‘Joker’ is said to be ‘heartbreaking’
Fine. The Oscars Will Reportedly Have No Host This Year.
Rocking that 38%. ‘Glass’ Review Round-Up: Critics Label The Film ‘Disappointing.’
Rumor. Joaquin Phoenix’s ‘Joker’ Said To Be ‘Heartbreaking.’
Bummer. No New ‘Alien’ Film, No Other ‘Alien’ Game Coming Alongside ‘Alien: Blackout.’
Bring on the Dune boils. Ladies and gentlemen, Stellan Skarsgård is your new Baron Harkonnen.
New trailers ranked by watchability.
And things you may not want to know after seeing that score.
Why award shows suck.
How to cry on command like a champ.
This isn’t Nam. There are rules.
AND THE REST
Glass is M. Night’s love letter to comic books featuring one of the best Samuel L. Jackson performances in a long time. It’s a bit of a slow burn but the ending is phenomenal. As a fan of Unbreakable, Glass was well worth the 19 year wait. #GlassMovie #GLASS pic.twitter.com/7Iix6vehAM— Scott Menzel (@TheOtherScottM) January 9, 2019
#Glass fluctuates between fun twists, interesting ideas, & slick cinematography, to a horribly dull low budget hospital drama, and an ending that is a complete mess. I loved Unbreakable, I’m a M Night defender, but I’m not sure the few great moments are enough to recommend.— Peter Sciretta (@slashfilm) January 9, 2019
Still seeing Glass no matter what anyone says. That’s how it should work. See the films you want to see.— Paul Shirey (@arcticninjapaul) January 9, 2019
Please be careful.