A Haunting in Venice is a decent Halloween snack whose undemanding mystery gets a lift from nifty visuals and a stellar cast.
The Super Mario Bros. Movie plays on Illumination strengths and Nintendo’s nostalgia. The outcome? And enjoyable but honestly forgettable movie.
The Covenant is packed with some good action and that’s it. The movie is alive thanks to outstanding performance by Dar Salim.
The Thing About Harry is that this movie actually works, without even trying to. Romance, Comedy, heart and more.
Mafia Mamma is a fun, lightweight comedy with some excellent performances from Monica Bellucci and Toni Collete.
Peter Pan & Wendy doesn’t have a reason to exist. Yet, this didn’t prevent director David Lowery from making a decent movie.
Red, White & Royal Blue is a movie that i was skeptical about. But Taylor Zakhar Perez & Nicholas Galitzine surprised me. In many ways.
Transformers: Rise of the Beasts surprised me. Avengers meets Indiana Jones, it is probably the first of the franchise that I didn’t hate.
Barbie proves that life in plastic is not always fantastic. Thanks to a perfect script by Greta Gerwig, the movie soars to a cult classic.
Oppenheimer is really good, explosive. The Christopher Nolan movie soars to explosive heights in its third act with masterful sound editing.
The most surprising thing about this Pinball is that GQ had a direct connection to saving the game, and Roger Sharpe’s marriage.
Ambulance starts as a bank heist. But it suddenly turns into a cliché between the Fast franchise and what could have easily avoided.
The Eyes of Tammy Faye actively tries not to take sides, but it passively does.