Star Wars is a passion project that became a franchise. Its scope has increased in the forty years since the first movie's release; shifting and changing to fit different times and audiences. Whatever has been arguably lost or gained, there is no denying that audiences everywhere have continued to be captivated by a galaxy far, far away.
The Goomba Stomp/Sordid Cinema crew puts together their list of the best movies of 2017.
'There Will Be Blood' marks a change in Paul Thomas Anderson's filmmaking that coincides with the death of one of his inspirations, Robert Altman.
'The Greatest Showman' covers up the more interesting facets of the man in favor of dangerous myth-making.
Even while I was enraptured in what was essentially a two-and-a-half-hour chase movie in space, there were moments in 'The Last Jedi' that left me thinking, "Hang on a minute..."
Disney has essentially turned Star Wars into a Marvel movie, but it's still decent fun.
'Valley of the Dolls' may be reduced to “trashiness,” but we’d be denying its skill and sensitivity - and perhaps the value of trash.
After putting numerous films through an air-tight mathematical formula, we've ranked the best years of the 21st century for the superhero genre. It's science!
'Call Me by Your Name' is a tender and sweet depiction of a budding romance.
Cool Hand Luke is a rebellious look at the struggle we all face from every aspect of restriction within the world we inhabit.