I mean, let the photos speak for themselves.
The First Purge is the fourth film in a series that surprisingly continues to be a box office buster.
The sequel will welcome back director Peyton Reed and introduce a new face to series, actor Walton Goggins.
On Tuesday morning, the Academy announced their nominees.
Not knowing hardly anything about this film and its story is what provided such a wonderful experience. I’m placed in 1950’s London and by the film’s end, I almost didn’t want to leave.
This is a movie that pays no mind to concrete structure yet tries to masquerade as a layered heist film.
What do you get when you combine some decent-to-great actors in a generic war film? 12 Strong, which turned out to be worse than I anticipated.