Comics Have Come to the Oscars

KineCritical Staff   'Tis that time of the season where the blood runs hot for cinephiles and movie snobs alike. The Oscars are ever present in our future, and some of the contenders are already being discussed. So we find it interesting that there...

Terminator Genisys Arrives

KineCritical Staff We couldn't believe it: Arnold is back?! Yup. We now see a graying terminator on our screens. And why not? For years we've been trying to get the bad taste of Terminator Salvation out of our mouths, and now we just might be able too....

Pan Trailer Released

There have been dozens of adaptations. They have been good; they have been bad. But, as we sit and watch the trailer below, we may just put down our reservations from failures past, and believe that a triumph may be ahead in 2015. Plus, Jackman looks crazy...

Jurassic World Has Opened

KineCritical Staff In what is possibly the most anticipated movie of the last ten years, Colin Trevorrow's Jurassic World, is finally on display. Check out the Trailer below for the first official look inside the park almost a quarter century in the...

“A Dame to Kill For” Kills Sin City

DM Haight   The unfortunate reality we must all face at some point or another is that there is no way we can prepare for a second go around. Ten years after the fact and we imagine the nostalgia will hold up and grip us. In pro wrestling we know Hulk...

The Sparkless “Giver”

DM Haight   Excellent execution is difficult. The Giver realized that 30 minutes in. But what is so disappointing about the execution of that film, is that it didn’t have to fail. They created a cookie cutter world. It was “perfect” in every...

Emmys are Coming and Dreyfus Needs Cash

KineCritical Staff   The Emmys are fast approaching, and they've wasted no time showing us why they are a contender for best awards show. Here we find a short about Julia Louis-Dreyfus trying to hock her Emmy at a very special pawn shop. See what...

Sylvia Earle’s “Mission Blue”

DM Haight A wild expanse, more serene and delicate than we can know, and more vast than we yet understand. Mission Blue, the documentary from Fisher Stevens, chronicles the life of world renowned oceanographer, Sylvia Earle, who looks forward to a future...