Seeing the usage of Springsteen’s hits and the effect they have on Javed is powerfully relatable. In other words, this movie is 100% my shit.
Where'd You Go, Bernadette Review
It’s depressing that August is literally the dumping ground for incomplete, underdeveloped movies, but it’s just painful that one of those underdeveloped movies would be a Linklater feature.
Brittany Runs a Marathon Review
An empowering crowd-pleasing comedy that is as inspirational as its lead.
The Angry Birds Movie 2 Review
Thurop Van Orman does with Angry Birds as Waititi did with Thor: deliver his distinctive voice to an existing property, expressing the skillful versatility he inhabits as a creative animator-turned-director.
The Kitchen Review
If you’ve seen any crime or mob film ever, chances are you’ve seen The Kitchen.
One Child Nation Review
A personalized gut-punching doc that thoroughly informs and educates its audience on a problematic time in a nation’s history.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark Review
A new horror has arrived in town and you know it’s something of quality when you have the man of monsters himself, Guillermo del Toro, attached to it.
Brian Banks Review
If I type out this review, maybe they’ll stop sending me emails about this movie.
Dora and the Lost City of Gold Review
If Benicio Del Toro as Swiper isn’t worth the price of admission for you, I don’t know what is!
The Art of Racing in the Rain Review
Full of heart, humor, and enough personality to distinguish itself from an overcrowded pack.
The Peanut Butter Falcon Review
This is Shia LaBeouf’s year and we’re all just witnessing it.
After the Wedding Review
Switching the genders isn’t “reinventing” a story if you’re just treading the exact same plotted points.
The Nightingale Review
Throws so much abhorrent shock value your way that it becomes numbing.
As of now, I’m completely satisfied with not seeing it because Luce is everything one should look for in a satisfying super villain origin story, if not more.
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw Review
We’re at the ninth entry of the Furious series so… first thing’s first: you better leave your brain at the door.
The Farewell Review
Wang handles the adult themes of death and tradition and presents them in a thought provoking way that many different cultures aren’t aware of.
Ready or Not Review
Here comes the bride. All dressed in white. Got to play her in-laws’ demonic game to survive.