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Everything, Everything: Review and exclusive interview with director Stella Meghie

By CinemaSiren | May 18, 2017 | 0 Comments

An indie film adaptation of Nicola Yoon’s vivid, enthusiastically received YA novel Everything, Everything is coming to theaters this weekend. Directed by Stella Meghie, who blazed onto the scene helming a screenplay she wrote with Jean of the Joneses, Everything, Everything is a both a coming of age romance, and a dark fairy tale superimposed …

Alien: Covenant Review- Ridley Scott Renews Faith in the Franchise

By CinemaSiren | May 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

You know when those genre movies that you can’t imagine fans not liking? Despite what will likely be some displeasure of critics saying, on the one side, that it is too much like the original and therefore lacks invention, and the other side saying it expands the mythology of the franchise too much, this review …

King Arthur: Legend of the Sword review-Hunnam and Law Enliven this Legend

By CinemaSiren | May 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

New release King Arthur: Legend of the Sword has about as much in common with The Once and Future King or any other retelling of the classic legend of the knights of the round table as the book and movie of World War Z do to each other: that is to say, nearly nothing. The …

The Wall review: Well built, but has some chinks

By CinemaSiren | May 11, 2017 | 0 Comments

The new indie release, The Wall, by Edge of Tomorrow director Doug Limon is really the ultimate vehicle for star Aaron Taylor-Johnson, who is by far the lead star in a film that only stars three people, one of whom is only a disembodied voice. The story is taken from first time screenwriter Dwain Worrell. …

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Review: Woot to the Groot

By CinemaSiren | May 3, 2017

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol.2 is the comic book movie we had no idea could exist, until it lands in front of our eyes. We’ve been taught over time that to feel connected to comic book movies and their characters, they have to be Shakespearean in their plot and character motivations. Otherwise, they are just …