Michael B. Jordan stars in upcoming action-thriller Tom Clancy’s Without Remorse as a Navy SEAL caught in conspiracy. The film is adapted from the renowned novel of Tom Clancy, a dream come true for a fan of the author like Jordan. Ahead of its Amazon Prime Video premiere, MBJ chatted with The Knockturnal to tell us more.
With a great cast and some really fun visuals, ‘Ford v Ferrari’ makes an argument for what the modern American movie will look like.
Alexander Payne’s most whimsical film yet, ‘Downsizing,’ is a modest ecocritical work that oscillates between multiple themes while seldom maintaining the focus needed to investigate any which one
George Clooney with a Coen Brothers script is a formula for magic. However, what happens when he’s the director and not the star?
The Great Wall is directed by Zhang YImou, and written by Carlo Bernard, Doug Miro, and Tony Gilroy from a story by Max Brooks, Edward Zwick, and Marshall Herskovitz. It stars Matt Damon, Tian Jing, Willem Dafoe, Andy Lau, Pedro Pascal, Hanyu Zhang, Lu Han, Kenny Lin, and Eddie Peng.
Matt Damon is back at it as 2000’s action movie poster-boy Jason Bourne, but this time around we are all a little older and way more tired.
Don’t let the gap in time fool you, Bourne is back and he hasn’t missed a beat. It’s been close to a decade since the last good Bourne film hit theaters with it’s iconic action, gripping story, and politically chiding undertones. The franchise, at least in the original trilogy, has always guaranteed these characteristics and has delivered in spectacular fashion. However, with an aging Matt Damon and the bad aftertaste left by Legacy, many questions could be raised, the biggest of which, is does it hold up? In short, yes.
Once again, the Top of the Standard and New York’s “pop-culture extravaganza”, the Vulture Festival, teamed up to present an Heineken filled night with DJ Questlove of the band “The Roots” gracing the decks between the hours of 8 p.m. to 11 p.m.
Matt Damon makes a comeback in his most iconic role.