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.
Zack Snyder’s latest is a fun zombie heist action movie that gets exponentially dumber as it progresses.
Michelle Pfeiffer shines in a role that seems custom made for her, but the film is too languid to fully work as a comedy.
Someone asked the question “Can you make John Wick with Bob Odenkirk instead of Keanu?”, and the answer turns out be, oh yeah you can!
A fun slasher horror body swap comedy that doesn’t take itself too seriously.
A crime comedy that, while entertaining, gets lost in its overcrowded supporting cast.
If you’re gonna make a Mortal Kombat movie, you can’t do it halfway. This adaptation revels in the game’s excess and gore with infectious glee.
The Mauritanian feels like an anomaly, a movie straight out of 2003 -in content and in form- that through some mysterious phenomenon materialized instead in 2021
On the spectrum of spacefaring sci-fi thrillers, Stowaway exists somewhere in the middle of Gravity’s nonstop action and Ad Astra’s cerebral reflections, discreet and practical above all else.