Friday, August 23, 2019
NApcloud
Tags 2018

Tag: 2018

M. Night Shyamalan and the myth of the comeback

It seems like ages ago, but only a couple decades back M. Night Shyamalan was considered the next big thing. With his smash hit...

“A Quiet Place” is a smart genre film that doesn’t take...

In "A Quiet Place," a footstep sounds like a grenade, and a door squeak sounds like an earthquake. The film follows a family struggling...

“The Death of Stalin” is an irreverent middle finger to elitism

In a film filled with scheming dictators, terrifying war criminals, and backstabbing politicians, it's interesting that Nikita Khrushchev emerges as one of the most...

“Darkest Hour” sucks the life out of a monumental event in...

Winston Churchill has been a recurring character in many WWII-set films for a good reason. The man was virtually created to be seen on...

“Game Night” is wickedly entertaining

What's happened to the big studio comedy? It seemed so long ago that we've had hilarious movies like "Anchorman," "Horrible Bosses," and "The Pineapple Express."...

Garland goes Lovecraft with the fascinating “Annihilation”

The best movies contain secrets. We've been told for much of our lives that in order to connect with a story we need a...

Predictions for the 2018 Oscars Pt. 2

Best Editing: Lee Smith for "Dunkirk" Here's a particularly stacked category. From the creative kinetics of "Baby Driver" to the anarchic "I, Tonya," to the...

Predictions for the 2018 Oscars Part 1

This Oscar season feels more interesting than usual. Maybe it's because of the Academy member shakeups that we've suddenly seen a slew of unique...

Developing better character in 2018

None of us ever set out to disappoint others...well, hopefully, we don't want to, anyway. But sometimes, even the best of intentions go awry....

Canadian artists who will be releasing new music in 2018

2017 was an important year in Canada for many reasons. Canada celebrated it's 150th year, and much of the entertainment industry reflected this celebratory...