Tom Holland is everything in Cherry. He’s carrying the whole movie on his shoulders. The good and not so good parts.
The Secrets We Keep doesn’t waste anytime letting the viewer know what’s going on. Less than 15 minutes into it’s 1h37min run, you already know the whole story. And it just goes stale from there.
Alex Rider is a fun british spy series based on the novels of the same name by Anthony Horowitz. I didn’t know that when I started watching this Amazon Prime Video exclusive, but It’s noticeably clear during the show.
After a lot of campaigning from fans and the actors themselves, we finally get to the Justice League, the way Zack Snyder wanted to do it. It’s completely different, and long.
Allen V. Farrow will not be the one stopping Woody Allen’s career. But if half of what’s presented in this four-parts HBO documentary is true, the public pressure should not stop until it does.
There’s not much to say about Moxie. Haven’t we seen enough movies about a problematic white teen? This sweet coming-of-age story comes up a little too short when it comes to fully addressing its story’s timely themes.
The story of Eddie Edwards (Taron Egerton), the notoriously tenacious British ski jumper who charmed the world at the 1988 Winter Olympics with the help of the most unlikely coach, Bronson Peary (Hugh Jackman).
Eddie Murphy, star, co-writer, and co-producer has dealt audiences the movie equivalent of a royal flush. Murphy gives his sweetest, most touching, and most genuinely likable performance, playing a character who embraces society instead of holding it in contempt.
Written and produced by Jon Stewart, Irresistible is a political comedy about a Democratic strategist (Steve Carell) who tries to help a local candidate win an election in a small right-wing town.