After a horrific car accident, brilliant (and boy, does he know it) neurosurgeon Doctor Stephen Strange (Benedict Cumberbatch) loses the use of his hands—and after Western medicine can’t help him mend his career-destroying injuries, he heads East, and learns the world actually doesn’t revolve around him.
Miss Peregrine’s Home for Peculiar Children is a visual feast that tries too hard to make a statement while still being peculiarly colorblind.
Saying this film polarized people is like saying the Ghostbusters slime is just plain green…it’s a bit of an understatement.
A publicist who’s lost her shine and a fashion editor whose blood alcohol level is 90 proof, come up with a harebrained scheme to make Kate Moss their client. And then they kill Kate Moss.
In order to save the world from an evil organization, Bond is given a mission from beyond the grave, because apparently even when your boss dies they won’t let you leave work early.
I thought every skateboarding documentary was exactly the same, but We Are Blood proved me entirely wrong.
Apparently being eleven was way more difficult than we remember—we had to deal with five emotions. FIVE! Enter the feels brought-to-life: Joy, Sadness, Fear, Anger, and Disgust. Because it couldn’t get more complicated than that, right?