With “Avengers: Infinity War,” directors Anthony and Joe Russo have brought us a classic film that will wrap up the longstanding Avengers series. “1945” is a film that teaches all of us the importance of remembering the past. Without doing so, mankind cannot hope to eliminate its mistakes.
“Love, Simon” is a cinematic gem floating in a sea of nearly unwatchable movies. “The Death of Stalin,” directed by Armando Iannucci, is a dark, inventive film surrounding the death of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin in the early 1950s.
Forgive me, but no meaningful reviews with this edition. While a trip to New Orleans for a nephew’s wedding kept me out of the theatres, the truth is that all the films released over the last several weeks are so placid that even a diehard fan like me couldn’t justify buying a ticket.