The ingredients of a good thriller are generally the inability to guess what’s going to happen, who...
While some portions of The Art of Self-Defense are predictable, there's enough craziness to keep an audience thoroughly enthralled for nearly two hours. You'll laugh, wince and be a little shocked as you sit through this moderately disturbing film Riley Stearns has crafted.
In a world where people collect Pokémon to do battle, a boy comes across an intelligent talking Pikachu who seeks to be a detective.
Minor grievances aside, Yesterday is a thoroughly enjoyable film that will delight Beatles fans with a number of winks and nods throughout.
Let's just be clear, Captain Marvel is not like Wonder Woman. In fact, to compare the two films is ridiculous since their only common thread is a strong female lead.
The Netflix adaptation of The Umbrella Academy was something I thought I was prepared for, but got blown completely away by in the end nonetheless.
The Gentlemen is a clever and fun return to the British gangster genre for Director Guy Ritchie that subverts expectations and oozes charisma out of every scene.
Since I can remember, I’ve always been fascinated with art and pop culture. The first video game I ever played was Super Mario World,...
The dialogue of Ford v Ferrari is sharp and witty, especially when Miles is delivering jabs at whichever poor soul has sparked his irk that day, but it’s just missing that one piece that could push it over the edge.
Ready or Not gets more things right than it does wrong. It's a fun trip through an asylum of Rockefellers. Samara Weaving is the linchpin of the entire story.