Despite the controversial premise, The Hunt is far sillier than it is offensive. While too often messy and nonsensical, a satisfying conclusion gives this political satire the leg up it needs to qualify as stupid fun.
Swallow succeeds in presenting a mature depiction of the subject matter, but fails to fully capitalize on it by cutting corners elsewhere.
Never Rarely Sometimes Always breaks the rules of conventional storytelling in order to give the delicate subject matter the intimate focus it deserves. The result is a fascinating piece of realism.
The Banker comes at you in a variety of ways, but the film eases the audience into some difficult racial conversations with levity and wit.
Extra Ordinary lives up to its title, proving to be yet another marvelous addition to the horror/comedy genre.
Although a bit conventional, Troop Zero is a must see underdog story that has an abundance of heart and a truly inspiring message. Available now on Prime Video.
This Jane Austen adaptation succeeds at bringing these intriguing characters to life, however the plot may be too mundane to appeal to wide audiences.
The Invisible Man is a great ride. The writing and cinematography keep you guessing at every moment, the acting is carried by the amazing performance of Elisabeth Moss, and the theme will give you something to think and talk about on the car ride home. Not bad for a horror movie.
Sonic the Hedgehog is a fun movie with lively characters, well-timed humor, and fast-paced action. Thank you Paramount and Sega for making this all possible.
Birds of Prey and the Fantabulous Emancipation of One Harley Quinn is a terrific movie with interesting characters. Ewan McGregor and Chris Messina are remarkable. Margot Robbie is fantastic. Mary Elizabeth Winstead, Jurnee Smollett-Bell, and Rosie Perez give excellent performances.