I will continue to say this over and over until it sticks: there are plenty of movies to see, you…
The Fabelmans” proves that the legendary filmmaker still has a lot left to say about himself and his work.
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“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
“Oni: Thunder God’s Tale” is a heartfelt series in the style of stop-motion, and had us smiling from start to finish.
“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.
“American Horror Story: NYC” takes its stories to the 1980s LGBTQ communities and drops mysteries of plague, specters, and serial killers.
“Bitch Ass” is classic slasher fun, invoking the sentiment “they just don’t make em’ like they use to” with resounding nostalgic fondness.
“Triangle of Sadness” simply can’t let go of its contempt for its characters to be as fun as the satirical portrayal of them should be.
“Tár” is a lot of film, and is elevated by Field’s incredible script and direction as well as Blanchett’s commanding performance.