Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdomis here, the fourth follow-up to a movie uniquely near and dear to the heart of every '90s kid. We happen to have three such individuals ready to talk about the whole series, from 1993's iconic Jurassic Park all the way up to the massive 2015 blockbuster Jurassic World, and its shiny new sequel.
In Worth Mentioning, the AE crew discusses Hereditary, Tag and A Kid Like Jake.
Remake mania claimed its latest victim with Superfly, a new version of the beloved 1972 blaxplotation classic Super Flythat, in keeping with the faster pace of modern life, does away with the space in the title. Over the years, dating all the way back to the silent era, in fact, there have been so many remakes that some of them musthave been worth it, and the team is going to bring new meaning to the phrase "discovering good movies, one bad movie at a time" in trying to separate the wheat from a whole shitload of chaff.
In Worth Mentioning, we catch up with Incredibles 2,Tomb Raider and Superfly.
The Incredibles 2 is coming this weekend, at which point the one Pixar film that people actuallywant a sequel to will finally have one. This leaves a void: what are the otherfilms in this ridiculous, sequel-mad era of ours that somehow haven't gotten a follow-up, but nonetheless deserve one?
In Worth Mentioning, the crew discusses Ocean's 8and Rob talks about the sci-fi indie flick Upgrade.
Sandra Bullock leads an all-star cast of women thieves as the ringleader of Ocean's 8. It seems like the perfect opportunity to share our picks for the very best films of Bullock's wide-ranging career: from the fiery Speedto the damp Speed 2: Cruise Control, from outer space in Gravityto the inside of a computer in The Net, from the high-concept charms of Miss Congenialityto whatever the shit was up with All About Steve.
In Worth Mentioning, Tim shares his love of the Netflix original Cargo.