Steve Pulaski

Trevor Jackson shoots, Future scores in “SuperFly” remake

By: Steve Pulaski Blaxploitation is long gone dead. The pimps of the 1970s look

In a culture saturated with heroes, the greatness of “Incredibles 2” is made more incredible

By: Steve Pulaski The Incredibles is both one of Pixar's most appreciated properties and one

Impeccable craftsmanship and a tour-de-force from Toni Collette make “Hereditary” great

By: Steve Pulaski One of the reasons Ari Aster's Hereditary succeeds as a work of supernatural

Cyberpunk Aesthetics And Dark Humor Run Wild In “Upgrade,” A Great Work Of Low-Budget Sci-Fi

By: Steve Pulaski The year is unknown, but it's the not-so-distant future. City skylines

“Adrift” Is Kept Afloat Thanks To Another Great Performance By Shailene Woodley

By: Steve Pulaski Icelandic director Baltasar Kormákur's new film Adrift is inspired by the harrowing true

“Best F(r)iends: Volume Two” Further Proves Tommy Wiseau/Greg Sestero Aim Low

By: Steve Pulaski Before the theatrical showing of Best F(r)iends: Volume Two, the "long-awaited" follow-up

Johnny Knoxville’s Pain Is Once Again Our Pleasure In “Action Point”

By: Steve Pulaski I'd like to think I'm a sophisticated moviegoer. In my mind,

“Solo: A Star Wars Story” Is A Distillation Of All We Love About “Star Wars”

By: Steve Pulaski When it comes to needless prequels, Solo: A Star Wars Story is far

“Deadpool 2” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Deadpool 2 has both the benefit and burden of familiarity, especially arriving

“Pope Francis: A Man of His Word” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Pope Francis: A Man of His Word is an adequately directed, comprehensive

“Breaking In” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski As someone who only attends matinée showings at the theater (and

“Life of the Party” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski After seeing the much-maligned remake of Ghostbusters, I expressed some confidence that

“Overboard” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Here's a genuine question for everyone: why are American romance films

“Avengers: Infinity War” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Avengers: Infinity War is the long-awaited culmination of ten years of careful

“The Week Of” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski The Week Of is not as bad as The Ridiculous 6, Adam Sandler's

“I Feel Pretty” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski One can understand why Amy Schumer would want to help fund

“Super Troopers 2” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski After being significantly underwhelmed by Anchorman 2 and downright disgusted by the belated

“Blumhouse’s Truth or Dare” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Faithful readers of my reviews will know, at least once a

“Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski Sgt. Stubby: An American Hero is an impressively even-handed account of World

“The Miracle Season” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski The death of West High School senior Caroline Found in 2011

“Isle of Dogs” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski This decade, Wes Anderson's Moonrise Kingdom and The Grand Budapest Hotel caught the auteur, unrivaled

“Tyler Perry’s Acrimony” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski I'll be eating crow come this October or the next after

“Best F(r)iends: Volume One” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski In many ways, Tommy Wiseau and Greg Sestero deserve the high

“Ready Player One” (2018) Review

By: Steve Pulaski It's 2045. The mentality of America is to survive problems rather

The House (2017) Review

"An unfortunate misfire, and extends Will Ferrell's depressingly long streak of lackluster comedies" by

Baby Driver (2017) Review

"Skillfully conceived and wickedly entertaining from start-to-finish" by Steve Pulaski Edgar Wright's Baby Driver

Rough Night (2017) Review

"Rough Night, however, crafts a film that's largely kept afloat by the trifecta of

Cars 3 (2017) Review

"This is probably the most slight Pixar affair in terms of real themes and

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