It’s also just not a good movie.
We went deep into the film adaptation of Arthur Miller’s parable “The Crucible”.
You don’t have to be a hockey-loving Canadian to enjoy it, but it sure doesn’t hurt.
Is it just a rehash of the first one? Or is it the franchise’s actual new hope?
And how a sci-fi classic was almost really gross and sexist.
Be warned, this is a movie where Kubrick is God and skiers are minotaurs.
And a bunch of reasons why it almost wasn’t.
This might cause a little Pulp Friction.
See? 2016 hasn’t been all bad.
The last time we got together, I had the chance to speak with Jeremy Hobbs and Victor Liorentas about one… Read more We Have to Go Back: Retro-mania and the Rediscovery of Film