"Shang-Chi" is dazzling in its visuals, bold in its approach and new territory, but is just short of greatness by falling into their own film universe traps.
"Tin Cup" may have all the predictability of its genre cliches, but executes them just good enough to be a solid and funny sports film.
"The Flash's" 150th episode is here! Appropriately titled "Heart of the Matter Part 1," because we are focusing on Godspeed AKA August Heart and the Godspeed War. So let's dive into the review/recap…
"Black Widow" is the result of a well oiled machine, works in all the ways you'd expect, even if it doesn't meet standard expectations.
"Independence Day" not only gives us countless quotable lines, but clever use of technology and cinematography too!
"The Craft" deserves its place along the standouts for the 90s, and continues to earn its cult classic status throughout the years.
Though almost unrecognizable from its current iteration, "Mission: Impossible" is a solid catalyst for the franchise, standing alone as a solid spy thriller.
"Mulholland Falls" is an ok film that should be great, and ends falling just shy of veering off its own cliff entirely.
HBO Max has finally released "Zack Snyder's Justice League." It's good enough, which is about as much as we could ever ask it to be.
"Crime Scene: The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel" attempts to cover all of it in a span of 4 hour long episodes, and ultimately crumbles under the weight of its own ambitions.