Crazy Rich Asians is colorful, vibrant, optimistic, funny, and everything else we’d forgotten romantic comedies could be.
One thing I can say with confidence is that this is the best movie about arm-wrestling championships that I’ve ever seen.
Next time someone tells you they’ve seen it all, show them this.
Anna Kendrick and Blake Lively, at the very top of their game, make an explosive duo, as intense as they are hilarious.
The Lady Eve never gets old, it never loses steam, it never misses a beat. It is the perfect comedy, one that proves that you can indeed have it all.
This is it: this is a movie that has it all. BlacKkKlansman is funny, entertaining, and stylish, but also angry, poignant, and righteous. It is an accomplishment in cinematic form, and also in content.
If Netflix wants to kick off a genre where two brilliant comic actors play parent and child on location, they can count me in.
Under the Silver Lake, which I can only describe as slacker noir, is equal parts weird, funny, poignant, absurd, pleased with itself, visually arresting, engrossing, meandering, saturated…
Game Night is the funniest film to come out this year (would be even if there was more competition). It’s funny because it’s extremely clever, but it’s also funny because it’s not afraid to be silly.
Much like Cervantes’ book itself, this movie contains many stand-alone episodes, as the characters encounter various damsels in distress, evil sorcerers, or nefarious knights, with the twist of hopping between levels of narrative every few minutes. Running north of the two hour mark, the film is long, and feels longer still.