Not Okay is a thoroughly entertaining satire aimed straight at the shallow fame of the social media age, co-opting the aesthetics and addictive trappings of Instagram and Tiktok while taking them to task.
Why Netflix thinks this forgettable nothing of a movie could build an entire franchise is unknowable to me.
A tiresome gimmick, on a weak story, with performances that run from unremarkable to dreadful.
yourself to be carried by its weirdly meditative pig quest. It is difficult to classify, but easy to like for its portentous atmosphere and Nicolas Cage’s masterful performance.
There are parts of Benediction that are interesting, but ultimately it is formally too dry.
Thor: Love and Thunder is further proof that the MCU is in a Things Just Happening phase.
A weirdly displaced coming-of-age story weighed down by its author insert protagonist.
After Yang is hard to summarize, but above everything it bursts with love and tenderness, expressed through memory and introspection. It will stay with you long after the credits roll.
Ultimately too mediocre to even be truly bad, Spiderhead is an empty exercise in producing what passes for content.
A Nicolas Cage movie as weird, fascinating, and unpredictable as Nicolas Cage himself.