A conspiracy-laden neo-noir that will no doubt become a cult classic.
The MFJ's monthlong Gerard Butler retrospective ends with his most surreal six minutes.
The Butler Did It continues with a look at 2004's deeply problematic "The Phantom of the Opera."
Not as confident or crisp as "Infinity War," but a satisfying resolution.
Joe Cornish's timely retelling of Arthurian legend is an adventure for the whole family.
Nick argues for the greatest Gerard Butler film ever made.
A strange, perverse and surprisingly tender tale of space madness.
A stealth anti-romcom, "Someone Great" is Netflix's latest contribution to the genre's women-led resurgence.
MFJ's 500th post features guest Greg Lindberg revealing the influence of Gerard Butler in "Reign of Fire."
M. Night Shyamalan's superhero trilogy hits an anticlimactic end.
Our Gerard Butler retrospective looks at how this 2009 comedy feels in 2019.
A surprise genre-defying release from Childish Gambino / Donald Glover.
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