Six adventurous strangers travel to a mysterious building to experience the escape room -- a game where players compete to solve a series of puzzles to win $10,000.
Unbreakable and Split are two very different films. Glass merges the two, and while it features James McAvoy's 'Kevin' character prominently, the pacing and atmosphere feel more akin to Unbreakable.
The Upside is a remake of the 2012 French drama, The Intouchables (Les Intouchables). Both films are based on a true story, but the French version focuses more on Philippe
It was difficult to review BumbleBee because it’s not a Transformers film. As the first film in the franchise without Michael Bay at the helm,
Aquaman is an excellent swashbuckling adventure and above all else a relief. It certainly isn't the flawless victory fans wanted from James Wan, but it is a step in the right direction. See this on a very large screen with friends.
Welcome to Marwen is a special story based on real events, and knowing that does give more weight to the movie. Check out our review for more!
Mortal Engines is a messy somersault of visual escapades, but sticks the landing with a broken foot. I grew increasingly disenchanted, but the ending brought me back and made me want to see more.
Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse is a jolt of originality in the superhero genre. It covers familiar territory and plot themes, but with a blend of breakthrough animation and unconventional storytelling.
It’s a mixed bag, but overall Mary Queen of Scots is an enjoyable period piece that should keep you entertained for the better part of two hours.
Roma is a love letter to Mexico, warts and all. It's in black and white, but the sights and sounds are so vibrant and electric that it colors your emotions.