Despite a powerful performance by Adam Driver, Annette’s unsubstantial plot, forgettable lyrics and a nightmarish doll did not work for me.
Closer to Jason Bourne than previous MCU fare -but not quite enough- Black Widow’s greatest success is its family dynamics.
Despite its somewhat scattered nature, Dear Ex skillfully finds comedy in family drama.
If you’re not familiar with Rurouni Kenshin, this isn’t the place to start. But if you’re a fan, The Final (the final what?!) is thoroughly entertaining and the most respectful and accurate recreation of the manga that we’re ever going to see.
Much more intimate and personal than other Pixar films, Luca is a delightful summer tale of friendship and discovery.
lace, I’m confident you’ll like A Quiet Place Part II, because it keeps all the elements that made the first film great, and not for nothing, also some of its shortcomings.
Night of the Kings transports us to a beguiling world of magical realism, tales as old as times, and shadowy plots for power or survival.
What draws me about CoMix Wave Films’ style is that it is an approach to art that is deliberately, intensely devoted to portraying the mundane over the extraordinary. Ugly backdrops are made beautiful by the care put into painting them.
Oxygen acquits itself well enough in its high-concept execution, even though the sci-fi setting ends up undermining the thriller part of it.
Shiva Baby is a tightly packed comedy that runs in, unleashes a perfect storm of social awkwardness and family judgment, and then runs out before you’ve had a chance to process what just happened.