“Enola Holmes 2” doubles down on the strengths of its predecessors, relying heavily on the charm of Brown and Cavill to tell a rather forgettable detective mystery
Browsing: New Releases
“Till” has its faults, and isn’t necessarily breaking any new ground, but has enough craft and Danielle Deadwyler giving every ounce of what she has to warrant a watch.
As my list of film reviews continues to grow to never ending lengths, I’ve found there just isn’t enough time…
“The Banshees of Inisherin” lives up to the hype in just about every single way, delivering a near masterpiece tragicomedy powered by impeccable filmmaking and devastating performances.
Black Adam” is exhaustingly stupid, and adds nothing to an already bloated genre.
“God’s Country” will most likely be a criminally underrated film, one that falls victim to its understated release and overlooked intensity underneath its slow burn unfolding.
It’s that time again. Time to capsule review the films that are coming out of the height of festival season.…
“Kids in the Hall: Comedy Punks” is enough to make anyone a fan of the men who created a cultural comedic phenomenon.
Robert Eggers’ “The Northman” feels more like a tapestry of masterful visual storytelling than a complete film narrative.
You’re going to be hard pressed to find a film more enjoyable and funny than “The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent.”