Marvel Studios continues to impress with Spider-Man: Far From Home, the follow up to their huge blockbuster success, Avengers: Endgame.
Midsommar follows a couple that travels to Sweden to visit a rural hometown's fabled mid-summer festival. What begins as an idyllic retreat quickly devolves into an increasingly violent and bizarre competition at the hands of a pagan cult.
That’s right. Our favorite Spider-Verse heroes are back in an all new sequel to the Academy Award Winning film, Spiderman: Into the Spider-Verse.
Minor grievances aside, Yesterday is a thoroughly enjoyable film that will delight Beatles fans with a number of winks and nods throughout.
Annabelle Comes Home is another successful entry in the franchise and probably one of the best in the Conjuring universe overall.
Keanu Reeves is officially an Internet obsession. From the cult-like success of his John Wick movie franchise, to stealing the spotlight in Toy Story 4,
At its core, Toy Story 4 is a tale about family, loyalty, devotion, depression, isolation, neglect, abandonment, inspiration, salvation, introspection, and perseverance. All that and it finds time to make you laugh and cry as well.
Men In Black: International injects some new energy into this franchise while keeping the same charm and humor from its predecessors.
Very few films reach cult classic status. It takes a special blend of script, acting and direction to make such a phenomenon occur. The Dead Don't Die seems like a film that's primed and ready to become a cult classic, but something is missing.
With the recent push for diversity in Hollywood, we've seen more and more films representing people of color and varying genders. Some of those films have gone under the radar, such as last year's Blindspotting. The Last Black Man in San Francisco offers similar thematics to Blindspotting, while widening the diversity options even further.