While some folks still enjoy spending an evening playing board games, it is safe to say that they don't have quite the same popularity as they did in the mid 90s when the original Jumanji was released.
While there has been a lot of intrigue and excitement over the release of Jumanji: Welcome To The Jungle, it has also been hard to figure out exactly how the film links up to the original. Is it a sequel? Does it reboot the franchise? Is it a modern remake?
There's a message hidden deep inside of every film. Some of them are more obvious that others, some are much more resonant, but there's always something that its writers, producers, and director want their audience to go home with. Even though it is packed with raucous humor, A Bad Moms Christmas is no different.
The sixteen month gap between the release of Bad Moms and its impending sequel A Bad Moms Christmas means that the writing and directing team of Jon Lucas and Scott Moore had little to no time to try and come up with an idea for the sequel.
We've seen Dane De Haan's Valerian, Cara Delevigne's Laureline, and had a peek at Luc Besson's sumptuous visuals, but this footage for Valerian And The City Of A Thousand Planets finally introduces us to the utopian city of Alpha.
Who knew playing a mog was so problematic? To mark the 20th anniversary of Spaceballs, Bill Pullman has been discussing the film in detail, revealing that John Candy had a huge problem with his Barf costume.
Okja is the first great Netflix film. It's also gloriously original, bitingly hilarious, sweepingly sweet, and so startlingly powerful it will make even the most devout carnivore consider going veggie.