On this edition of Movies With Mark, we look at a gritty thriller, soapy dramas and the best damn movie of the year.
On this edition of Movies With Mark, I review two 1980s revivals! And they’re actually good!
On this episode, I review a campy spy film, a commercial animated film, a 70s sports film and a drug running film. Quite the range of genres in this episode.
On the edition of Movies With Mark, we have a killer clown based on a best-selling novel, a jerk who writes a best-selling novel and a thriller also based on best-selling novel.
Reviews of The Hitman’s Bodyguard, Menashe, The Trip to Spain and Leap.
This episode has a little bit of everything: creepy dolls, creepy racist cops, creepy sorcerers, creepy murderers and creepy animated squirrels. There’s enough creeps for the whole family!
On this edition, Christopher Nolan places us in World War II with Dunkirk, Luc Besson places us in an intergalactic future with Valerian and Charlize Theron places Berlin in a headlock with Atomic Blonde.
On this edition, Tom Holland slings web in Spider-Man: Homecoming, Timothy Spall slings politics in The Journey and Joey King slings stupidity in Wish Upon.
Earlier this summer, I decided to make a video on the best and worst movies of the year so far. However, I had to scarp this project after having recently seen Transformers: The Last Knight (easily the worst) and Baby Driver (easily the best). This video is a collection of a view clips and segments from movies I have not reviewed on this program and were once intended for a list.
Titles include Queen of the Desert, Rings, The Space Between Us, Fist Fight, I Am Not Your Negro, John Wick 2, Get Out and Logan.
On this edition of Movies With Mark, Edgar Wright’s Baby Driver restores my faith in movies, Despicable Me 3 drowns my faith in animations and The Little Hours satirizes faith for some laughs.