The Movie Paradise- Celebrating Four Years of Movie News and Reviews

Every year on May 18, I post an update on the site. Four years ago today, I published my first article on The Movie Paradise, and I've been doing it ever since. Running this site is an incredible privilege. It always astounds me that there are people out there who are genuinely interested in what I have to say, and that there is a community of fans ready to discuss and analyze films. Movies have always been an important part of my life, and having an outlet where I can just talk about the things I love means the world to me. This has been a great year for The Movie Paradise. We have made incredible progress in growing our base, conducting bigger interviews, and introducing new formats and editorials. This year we changed the layout of the site, designed brilliantly by contributor Connor Murphy. Our page looks beautiful, and he did a fantastic job with it. Our outreach has skyrocketed this year in particular, with our followers on our various social medias more than doubling since…

First Trailer for BlacKkKlansman

Spike Lee's new film BlacKkKlansman is a movie that I have been looking forward to ever since I first heard it announced. Produced by Get Out's Jordan Peele, the film follows a black cop (John David Washington) who uses a white surrogate (Adam Driver) to help him infiltrate the Klu Klux Klan. It's based on a true story, and it sounds absolutely fascinating. And the pairing of Jordan Peele with Spike Lee makes for a dream team. They have both proven themselves to be able to tell compelling and unique stories about race, and I think a story like this really plays to their strengths. I have had incredibly high hopes for this movie since the beginning. Though, I'm not crazy about the title. I preferred it back when it was just "Black Klansman". Putting "KKK" into the title just looks stupid, and I wish they hadn't done that. But it's just the title, and it doesn't mean anything for the actual movie. I have been really looking forward to seei…

Jordan Peele Confirms New Film "Us", with Lupita Nyong'o, Elizabeth Moss, and Winston Duke in Talks to Star

I don't think anyone was prepared for the phenomenon that Get Out ultimately became. It originally seemed strange that a comedy guy like Jordan Peele was directing a social commentary horror movie. I know I had my reservations about the film. But he absolutely pulled it off! Get Out was a brilliant movie, and it went on to be nominated for a whole slew of Academy Awards. While it didn't take home the top prizes like Best Picture, Best Lead Actor, or Best Director, Peele did win for Best Original Screenplay, an Oscar that was well deserved. But ever since Get Out came out, Peele has been hinting at his next project. Just over a year ago, Peele announced that he had been developing four other "social thrillers", as he described them, at the same time as he was writing Get Out. He explained that each of them would take on a new element of society, with race being the focus of the first one. You can read his comments here. Since then, we have heard bits and pieces about…

WATCH- Avengers: Infinity War SPOILER Discussion

Panelists Nick Elliott and Matt Smith, and host Nathanael Molnár, go in depth talking about Avengers: Infinity War. There will be spoilers. If you have not seen the film yet, you can check out our spoiler-free review here instead.

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Top 3 Worst Movies the Year (So Far)

Every year, so many great movies are released. Come December, when I usually wrap up the full year and draft my best/worst lists, so many good movies are reluctantly bumped off due to the sheer number of great movies that come out. At the same time, there are also a lot of shitty movies that come out in the early months of the year and, by December, I've blocked them all out of my memory! So, around this time each year, I always like to put out a list of my favorite/least favorite movies of the year thus far. It isn't exactly half way through the year, but we are transitioning into the start of the summer movie season, and I do think this is a good assessment point. It's always interesting to see how much of my midyear list ends up on my final list by the end of the year. These past few months have been pretty packed. We've already had some blockbusters, such as Black Panther, Ready Player One, and Avengers: Infinity War. At the same time, we have also had some smalle…