With “The Flash,” Warner Bros. Pictures and DC Comics managed to deliver an enjoyable entry into their much-maligned canon. To…
“Across the Spider-Verse” sets a new precedent for what animation can do. It is the pinnacle of modern technical mastery.
“The Boogeyman” is a middling horror film that struggles to balance the effective atmospheric haunts with muddled horror cliches, leaving it unable to mask its obvious trauma allegories and maintain consistent horror intrigue that feels on the cusp of delivering but falls short.
“Wrath of Becky” injects a healthy dose of humor amidst its gruesome slaughter-fest, and though it struggles at times to sustain its simplicity, it has enough to be an entertaining follow up and intrigue in the sequel it wants to make next.
You Hurt My Feelings” may be the funniest, smartest film of the year so far, and Holofcener’s terrific script paired with her patient direction helps solidify this kind of high praise.
I’m not quite sure what to make of Gerard Butler at this point. I can’t decide if he’s just really…
The Little Mermaid” does little warrant its purpose or necessity, bogged down by its abysmal underwater CGI and inescapable desperation to be newly relevant
“Are You There God? It’s Me Margaret” turns out to be worth the wait in gold. This is as good as movies get, and it just may make the case for being one of the best films of the year.
“The Covenant” is an effective albeit formulaic war action film that delivers the thrills and action, with a story that feels meaningful and compelling and overall thrilling ride you’ll find hard to turn off once it starts.
“Fast X” takes a step back to go forward, drawing from the insanity and over the top energy of Jason Momoa to deliver a fun, bombastic, ridiculously silly but enjoyable one last ride