Movies

 

This category covers everything related to movies written here on Fiction Horizon. Our category is quite large and diverse, since movies cover a major portion of the site’s content. We have several smaller subcategories within it, as well as several categories that are a combination of one or more categories. Whether you’re here for the latest news and release dates, analyses, suggestions, or simply some information about a movie or two, we have it all.

 

From black and white silent classics to modern blockbusters, the writers of our movie section cover it all. We have several writers working on this category, all of whom are passionate cinephiles who have dedicated their time to not just watching and enjoying movies, but also analyzing them. Our writers have made movies their life and that passion is clearly reflected in the articles they are writing, which range from basic information-based text, via various lists, to complex narrative and psychological analyses of the movies and the characters.

 

Our Movies section is not just one of our largest, it is one of our most diverse categories and we hope you’ll find everything you’re looking for there.

'The Suicide Squad' Review

‘The Suicide Squad’ Review: Sick, Strange, Entertaining Despite All its Malarky

The Suicide Squad, directed by James Gunn, serves as a sequel and remake to 2016’s poorly received but financially successful Suicide Squad, promises so much fast-paced irreverence that it’s often hard to know if it’s even supposed to be a picture. Because of its constant …

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‘Stillwater’ Review

‘Stillwater’ Review: The Lengths a Loving Father Would Go for His Little Girl

Do not expect man eating sea monsters or vicious sharks terrorizing unsuspecting humans in the crime drama ‘Stillwater’ as this film has nothing to do with any of that.  Directed by Oscar winner Tom McCarthy from a script he co-wrote with Marcus Hinchey, Thomas Bidegain …

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The Tomorrow War Review

‘The Tomorrow War’ Review: Overwhelming Sci-Fi Flick With an Underwhelming Movie Experience

Hailing from Amazon Prime Video, the highly anticipated summer blockbuster with a $200 million budget, The Tomorrow War is directed by Chris McKay (The Lego Movie, The Lego Batman Movie), written by Zach Dean (Deadfall, 24 Hours to Live) and starring Chris Pratt (Guardians of …

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