An enjoyable tale of friendship and longing with two immensely likable protagonists -weighed down by a messy last act.
A fantastic portrayal of an all-too-real teenage girl, as sharp as it is endearing.
A cheeky, unabashed sex comedy whose message of inclusiveness is undermined by its decision to cast only able-bodied leads in disabled roles.
As deadly as it is deadpan, The Art of Self-Defense is a wild ride.
Everyone involved in making Private Life is smart and funny, and while they offer no easy solutions or ready-made epiphanies, they build two strong protagonists from the ground up, and then take a sledgehammer and break them down with passion.
Tramps is sunny, colorful, and quick on its feet, and sometimes that’s just what you want for a weekend afternoon.
Emma is a delightful romantic comedy, unabashedly optimistic and full of life and joy.
Jojo Rabbit is good fun, and worth a watch, with a few well-placed gags that will stay with me, even if it does not achieve its potential as satire.
Although a bit too biopic-y at first, Dolemite is my Name finds its footing thanks in no small part to Eddie Murphy’s tremendous energy.
Double Tap is such a direct sequel to Zombieland that it seems barely a year has passed. Gone are the surprise and the edge, but there’s enough left to pass the time.