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Title Year Rating Rank Review
Civil War2024951(full review) - It’s one beyond left or right, where the slippery slope of dehumanization breeds a willingly and violently divisible America we always professed to be beneath us.
Drive My Car2021951(full review) - Ryûsuke Hamaguchi turns a seemingly simple premise – a visiting theater director begrudgingly accepts a chauffeur from festival organizers – into a sprawling study of the human soul.
Flee2021951(full review) - What’s left is a hope that giving voice to his burdens may finally set him free, and lead to a greater understanding of the many voices yet unheard.
Killers of the Flower Moon2023951(full review) - This is majestic, vital storytelling, from a legendary filmmaker
Moonage Daydream2022951(full review) - It’s a risky, daring and defiant experience, which is exactly the kind of film David Bowie deserves.
Oppenheimer2023951(full review) - And by the end of hour three, he leaves you drained but thankful for the experience.
TÁR2022951(full review) - It’s in moments when Lydia dismisses ideas of gender inequality or coyly celebrates the history of patriarchy in her own profession that Field and Blanchett best expose the insidious nature of power.
Air2023908(full review) - And much like his success with the Oscar-winning Argo, Affleck proves adept at a pace and structure that wrings tension from an outcome we already know.
All That Breathes2022908(full review) - Sen weaves these themes together with grace and restraint, letting the focus at work in this basement mission of mercy speak in universal terms.
Black Widow2019908(full review) - Performances blossom and surprise, their chemistry buoying the familial longing required of every superhero backstory while anchoring action in characters you can care about.
Close2022908(full review) - And as heartbreaking as the film can be, it’s careful to retain a sense of tenderness.
Evil Does Not Exist2023908(full review) - And though the one hundred six-minute running time might seem rushed for a filmmaker that has favored three, four, and even five-hour films, Hamaguchi’s storytelling here is more patient than ever.
Good Luck to You, Leo Grande2022908(full review) - Leo Grande is a simply wonderful look at embracing who you are and what you want. It’s funny and empowering, warm and touching, even heartbreaking at times.
Last Night in Soho2021908(full review) - Last Night in Soho is an often glorious mashup of settings and genres, and though you’ll recognize all of them, the package still carries a postmark that’s uniquely Wright’s.
Mass2021908(full review) - With insightful writing, superb performances and unassuming direction, it’s a cathartic film that deconstructs an all too common tragedy with overdue honesty.
Mr. SOUL!2018908(full review) - This is Black history coming thrillingly, vibrantly alive
No Bears2022908(full review) - No Bears is a brave and bold blurring of fact and fiction, with Panahi embracing the gritty authenticity of the most urgent first person documentary and the layered storylines of a political page-turner.
Origin2023908(full review) - The cycle of trauma -be it personal or systemic – can only be broken by confronting it. Origin confronts it with questions and answers, humanity and inhumanity, in ways compelling enough to change the very way we look at the world around us.
Scrapper2023908(full review) - Much like little Georgie, Scrapper is a bit of a hustler.
Shiva Baby2021908(full review) - Seligman flashes an insight that disarms you with sex and humor.
Snack Shack2024908(full review) - Rehmeier captures that zest for life on the cusp of adulthood without a whiff of pandering or condescension.
Spencer2021908(full review) - Larraín’s committed vision and an achingly poetic turn from Stewart make Spencer a completely fascinating two hours of story time.
Talk to Me2023908(full review) - It’s a horror show always eager to deface the rulebook, and leave you with a wonderfully organic sign that this game is not over.
The Lost Leonardo2021908(full review) - But don’t be scared off by the whiff of stuffy art house pretension, this is also a damn fine piece of entertainment.
The Power of the Dog2021908(full review) - The Power of the Dog finds its own power in what it shows but never truly tells.
The Promised Land2023908(full review) - The Promised Land takes the road less adorned, forging a rousing tale of savagery, revenge and fulfillment that will not be denied.
A Quiet Place Part II20208527(full review) - AQPII is lean, moves at a quick clip, thrills with impressive outdoor carnage sequences and yet commands that same level of tension in its nerve- janglingly quiet moments.
Alice, Darling20228527(full review) - Kendrick has us believing from the start, as Alice, Darling becomes a healing journey back to self, and an intimate reflection on what love is not.
All the Old Knives20228527(full review) - There’s plenty of blame to go around in the often nasty business of global politics, and All the Old Knives makes that history lesson personal.
Armageddon Time20228527(full review) - Armageddon Time doesn’t deliver any easy answers, just more opportunities to question. That’s why it works.
Best Summer Ever20208527(full review) - If Best Summer Ever doesn’t turn your frown upside down, I’ll eat a bug.
Brian Wilson: Long Promised Road 8527(full review) - Jason and Brian take to the road for some engaging carpool conversation.
Compartment No. 620218527(full review) - Compartment No. 6 has a warm fuzzy feeling at the last stop.
Creed III20238527(full review) - Creed III is more proof that this is Donny’s time to fly now. And Jordan’s.
Devotion20228527(full review) - https://maddwolf.com/new-in-theaters/forgotten-warriors/#sthash.Pafde6f1.dpbs
Don't Look Up20218527(full review) - McKay is able to nicely cop the disinformation industry’s circular strategy of reframing evidence against it as evidence supporting it.
Dune: Part Two20248527(full review) - He immerses us in this world of sand and savagery, providing fully realized reminders of how much Herbert’s original vision has influenced iconic sci-fi tentpoles such as Mad Max and Star Wars.
Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down20228527(full review) - Gabby Giffords Won’t Back Down isn’t simply a greatest hits mixtape made by fans for more fans. It’s a gritty story of survival, and of making a commitment to making a difference.
Ghostbusters: Afterlife20218527(full review) - But is it fun? Oh yeah, with some slick CGI and high points that are zuuler than the other side of the pillow.
Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery20228527(full review) - His script is funny, smart and intricate, always staying one step ahead of your questions while he builds the layers of whos and dunnits, only to tear them down and build anew.
God & Country: The Rise of Christian Nationalism20248527(full review) - Christian Nationalism has nothing to do with Christianity. And God & Country finds a useful tone between sermonizing and condescension that can help us see that light.
Golden Arm20218527(full review) - Call it “stupid funny” if you want, but it’s still funny, with some underlying themes about gender stereotypes, personal growth and female friendships that are far from dumb.
Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 320238527(full review) - Volume 3 is a fitting, emotional, madcap swan song.
Gully20218527(full review) - This film is messy, angry, brutal and defiant, a primal scream that doesn’t much care if you think it’s nihilistic.
Hallelujah: Leonard Cohen, A Journey, A Song20228527(full review) - Straddling the line between biopic and expose, the film gives the uninitiated an overview of Cohen’s background while indulging veteran admirers with a deeper dive into his most acclaimed composition.
Hellraiser20228527(full review) - The kinks may be gone, but the chains are still chilling, in a darkly beautiful world full of sensual, bloody delights to show you.
Hit Man20248527(full review) - Powell and Linklater find room for a serious message in Hitman. But don’t worry, you’ll be having so much fun it won’t hurt a bit.
Hustle20228527(full review) - It’s also another example of Sandler’s versatility, and the good that comes from surrounding himself with unique voices. When Sandler cares, he shines.
I Saw the TV Glow20248527(full review) - Schoenbrun is channelling characters who imagine life as someone else, to again emerge as a challenging and inviting filmmaker with a thrillingly original voice.
Imagining the Indian20218527(full review) - But with the Washington football team finally ditching “Redskins” (a name singled out as the most blatantly offensive of all), progress is being made, which is why it may be the most opportune time for Imaging the Indian to get this wider release.
In The Heights20218527(full review) - In the Heights has been saving that magic for the big screen experience, and now that it’s here it is indeed worthy of celebrating – in a theater, with a crowd.
Influencer20238527(full review) - With sharp dialogue, skillful plotting and simmering dread, Influencer is plenty worthy of that “Like” button.
Inside Out 220248527(full review) - Inside Out 2 is a completely entertaining two-hour guide toward understanding – or appreciating – the messy emotions of growing up.
Joyland20228527(full review) - Joyland is a smart and deeply human drama, a treat for both the eye and the heart.
Kaepernick & America20228527(full review) - But the film reminds us that protest is “the work of hope,” and ultimately looks toward a future of redemption for Kaepernick, and healing for a nation.
Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes20248527(full review) - The characters may be talking about Caesar, leader of the ape revolution, but the filmmakers are aiming higher.
Late Night with the Devil20248527(full review) - Ultimately, what Late Night with the Devil has in mind is more like an R-rated Twilight Zone, with a twisty moral backed up by blood.
Mean Girls20248527(full review) - But this Mean Girls brings a new zest that keeps the fetching from feeling like fan service, and enough generational upkeep to forge common ground between longtime graduates and a new class of fans.
Monkey Man20248527(full review) - He favors quick cuts and close ups with scattershot POV shots to enhance the impressive fight choreography and striking color palettes at work.
My Best Friend's Exorcism20228527(full review) - From 80s music to religion to possession movie staples, the barbs keep coming, delivered with an alternating mix of sarcasm, satire, raunch and projectile vomiting.
Nine Days20218527(full review) - He’s taking some big swings at mighty heavy concepts here, with an originality of voice and attention to craft that is welcome any day.
No Time to Die20218527(full review) - Five films in 15 years have changed the character and the franchise for the better, and No Time to Die closes this chapter with requisite spectacle and fitting emotion.
Nope20228527(full review) - Nope is a tense, gorgeous, funny, insightful and ambitious thrill ride, which updates the filmmaker’s scorecard to three for three.
Official Competition20228527(full review) - Subtle it ain’t, but funny it is.
Return to Seoul20228527(full review) - Freddie begins to embody the typhoon that pushed her toward this journey of self, and Return to Seoul becomes an always defiant, sometimes bristling march to emotional release.
Rita Moreno: Just a Girl Who Decided to Go for It20218527(full review) - It’s just a damn good story, from someone worthy of celebrating while she’s still here.
Rustin20238527(full review) - That’s much thanks to a soaring performance by Colman Domingo. A character actor known for decades of memorable performances, Domingo takes the lead in Rustin and owns the film from frame one.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings20218527(full review) - Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings soars highest when it follows its groundbreaking hero’s lead and vows to build its own world.
Sharper20238527(full review) - https://maddwolf.com/new-in-theaters/grifting-away/#sthash.jYNcXpNL.dpbs
Sisu20238527(full review) - Clocking in at just 91 minutes, Sisu is perfectly lean, relentlessly mean, and consistently satisfying at every blood-soaked turn.
Spirited20228527(full review) - Ferrell and Reynolds share a likable chemistry only old Scrooge himself would dismiss.
Still: A Michael J. Fox Movie20238527(full review) - Fox has no use for pity. And he makes sure that time your spent with A Michael J. Fox Movie will only be inspiring and uplifting.
The Batman20228527(full review) - But ultimately, what makes this film most interesting is the way Bruce Wayne struggles to justify the consequences that The Batman has had on Gotham, and the surprising side of hero worship.
The Color Purple20238527(full review) - The Color Purple an uplifting celebration of heritage and family, and an exhilarating film experience.
The French Dispatch20218527(full review) - Anderson delivers a fascinating and meticulous exercise boasting impeccable craftsmanship and scattershot moments of wry humor.
The Harder They Fall20218527(full review) - This crew ain’t shootin’ blanks, and they rarely miss.
The Holdovers20238527(full review) - Director Alexander Payne serves up plenty from group B in The Holdovers, a period comedy that also finds time to unwrap some warmth and understanding.
The Killer20238527(full review) - The Killer succeeds both as a surface-level thriller, and as a deeper illustration of another empty era.
The Last Duel20218527(full review) - The Last Duel aims for more than just a gripping history lesson.
The League20238527(full review) - As James Earl Jones so eloquently told us in Field of Dreams., you can’t tell the story of America without baseball. And in The League, acclaimed documentarian Sam Pollard builds a gracefully powerful reminder about how important the Negro Leagues were to both game and country.
The Loneliest Whale: The Search for 5220218527(full review) - It is earnest, ambitious and respectful, which seems fitting for a story anchored in a love of science and nature.
The Many Saints of Newark20218527(full review) - The Many Saints of Newark impresses most by the balance it finds between fan service and fresh character arcs.
The Night of the 12th20228527(full review) - Moll has drawn us into a tragic mystery and left us searching for answers to questions beyond the identity of Clara’s killer.
The Outfit20228527(full review) - it’s artful and engaging enough to rope in anyone who loves untangling a well-fitted suit of clues.
The Retreat20218527(full review) - A nifty little coup de grace proves The Retreat has seen you coming all along.
The Stones and Brian Jones20238527(full review) - Mr. Jones may not have been a survivor, but as Broomfield makes clear, he should be remembered as more than a footnote.
The Wheel20218527(full review) - But even at its most familiar, the film carries a freshness that comes from never losing empathy for the type of characters generally used as convenient fodder.
tick, tick...BOOM!20218527(full review) - Miranda, Garfield and company are going big here, and end up reaching the balcony with crowd-pleasing panache.
Till20228527(full review) - That loss is the soul of Till, a film that paints history with intelligence and anger as it honors one mother’s grief-stricken journey of commitment.
Together Together20218527(full review) - Together Together is never less than warm, insightful and lovely.
Totally Killer20238527(full review) - Totally Killer wants to play by its own rules of inspiration, tell you about it in advance and then yell “high five!” when it all works out.
Undine20208527(full review) - Christian Petzold is a filmmaker with an almost casual mastery of storytelling.
Vengeance20228527(full review) - It’s also a funny and entertaining mystery caper, self-effacing but not afraid to wander into some dark places, with a social conscience that Novak reveals in organic and endearing ways.
Watcher20228527(full review) - Okuno envelopes Julia in male gazes that carry threats of varying degrees, all building to a bloody and damn satisfying crescendo.
A Haunting in Venice20238095(full review) - It’s a Spooky Season movie for those who don’t like things too scary, and an Agatha Christie tale for those who’d rather not think so hard.
An Unquiet Grave20208095(full review) - With the hushed tones of the folk song that inspired its title, An Unquiet Grave reminds us that peace is a necessity for both the living and the dead.
Barbarian20228095(full review) - What could start to feel disjointed and episodic instead congeals into a bizarre and brutal minefield of surprises.
Black Panther: Wakanda Forever20228095(full review) - Wakanda Forever does it with respect, love and reverence, in a worthy second effort that’s anchored by loss, grief and perseverance.
Bodies Bodies Bodies20228095(full review) - The fun comes from just riding out the storm, and the film’s deliciously deadpan final line reveals that was the plan all along.
Boy Kills World20248095(full review) - Much like Hardcore Henry almost ten years ago, the film’s gaming mindset results in action that is visually exciting, but as emotionally empty as a “Play again?” reset.
Carmen20238095(full review) - This Carmen tells us “dancing will you heal you.” Indeed, it’s one of the cures for what ails a less than passionate romance.
Death on the Nile20208095(full review) - Death on the Nile proves that a trusty return to glamour and intrigue can still overcome some excess baggage.
Deep Water20228095(full review) - And though Lyne has made his name on the steamy sexual politics of 9 1/2 Weeks, Fatal Attraction and Unfaithful, there’s more smoke here than fire.
Dream Horse20218095(full review) - The best sports movies are almost always about more than the sport. Dream Horse doesn’t forget that. You can bet on it.
Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves20238095(full review) - But the tone it embraces feels just right, and Honor Among Thieves fulfills its quest to deliver likable characters, infectious humor, and escapist fun.
Elvis20228095(full review) - Elvis is stylistic, well-performed and often highly entertaining. But with an overlong running time of 2 1/2 hours plus, you’d think there would be at least a little room left to go full Luhrmann.
Godzilla vs. Kong20218095(full review) - Pristine cinematography, detailed CGI effects and a wonderfully layered sound design elevate the thrills early and often.
House of Gucci20218095(full review) - And if your Thanksgiving ends up going completely off the rails, House of Gucci is a star-powered and entertaining way to feel a whole lot better about your own family.
Infinite Storm20228095(full review) - Watts pushes Infinite Storm past some by-the-numbers moments for a worthy reflection on struggle and healing.
Jungle Cruise20218095(full review) - But even at its most formulaic, there’s enough humor, heart and genuine movie star appeal here to make Jungle Cruise an excursion full of rollicking good fun.
Juniper20218095(full review) - And kudos to the young Mr. Ferrier. He doesn’t let Rampling’s shadow block him out, and the two share a natural chemistry that fuels the organic melting of the ice between their two characters.
Kandisha20208095(full review) - Kandisha adds a fresh cultural and female-specific lens to a bloody, take-no-prisoners approach that does much to overcome the tale’s familiar building blocks.
King Richard20218095(full review) - Smith makes the mix of crazy-like-a-fox determination, gentle humor and hidden scars one that -like Smith himself – is hard to dislike.
Lightyear20228095(full review) - But just make sure you sit tight for the final half hour.
Lousy Carter20248095(full review) - And even if this bark has too much bite for you, it’s hard not to respect Byington’s masterly command of tone.
Old20218095(full review) - There is something waiting beyond the clearly defined metaphor about appreciating every day.
One Day as a Lion20238095(full review) - the whole adventure starts to feel like the remote intersection of Taylor Sheridan and a Jimmy Johns commercial.
Our Towns20218095(full review) - For 97 minutes, Our Towns shows you that underneath all of our ugliness, there are success stories we can look to for examples of hope and possibility.
Percy20218095(full review) - Led by the sympathetic Walken, the ensemble cast is uniformly effective, but caught in a scattershot narrative.
Ride the Eagle20218095(full review) - It’s funny and it’s fuzzy and it goes a long way toward making sure these ruminations on forgiveness and regret actually resonate.
Salvatore: Shoemaker of Dreams20218095(full review) - Shoemaker of Dreams is a fitting tribute to the fascinating life of a man ahead of his time.
Scrambled20248095(full review) - a nice balance of flavors, and we get a full-flavored dish of empowering humor
Skinamarink20238095(full review) - More than just nightmarish, this is a literal nightmare onscreen.
Something in the Dirt20228095(full review) - The mix of paranoia, nervous excitement and deadpan silliness is the vibe these guys revel in
Strange World20228095(full review) - there’s a kindness and a sense of forgiveness throughout the movie that does make you yearn for a world like this one.
The Eyes of Tammy Faye20218095(full review) - If the goal here was to spotlight an award-worthy lead performance in an entertaining hat tip to Tammy Faye, well then mission accomplished.
The Forgiven20218095(full review) - McDonagh (Calvary, The Guard) is such an insighftul writer, and he’s able to turn shallow first impressions into complexities as skillfully as he brings authentic depth to what easily could have been the magic brown people.
The Good Boss20218095(full review) - Bardem, no surprise, is a wonder.
The Little Mermaid20238095(full review) - Marshall and his terrific ensemble manage to navigate the spotty squalls and bring this one home.
The Night House20218095(full review) - There’s enough in The Night House to satisfy horror fans today, and plenty here to get us hopeful about the future.
The Pod Generation20238095(full review) - And yet, as big and worthy as these ideas are, you expect the pregnancy arc to end with a little more bite.
Titane20218095(full review)
Top Gun: Maverick20228095(full review) - From manufactured rivalries to shirtless team building to the entrance of a surprise Top Gun instructor from last night at the bar, Maverick sells us back what we first bought back in 1986.
White Noise20228095(full review) - It’s a film that might leave you giggling, scratching your head, or convinced that we’re all doomed, but you’ll be damned near helpless against the strange beauty of synchronized shopping.
Wolf20218095(full review) - But like many of her characters, writer/director Nathalie Biancheri is committed to her own different animal.
Avatar: The Way of Water202275136(full review) - Cameron (who also co-wrote the script) shows us so many wonderful delights, but precious few of them advance any investment in character, theme or narrative.
Back to Black202475136(full review) - And though you end up wishing Back to Black could have confidence enough to sharpen its edge, stellar performances flesh out the sad tragedy of a gifted life spiraling out of control.
Between Two Worlds202275136(full review) - Are the “invisible people” fair game as long as you feel bad about it? Even if Aubenas still thinks so, Between Two Worlds could have put a little more trust in the audience rank and file.
Black as Night202175136(full review) - And though it often feels like Black As Night is content to just jump on a crowded ride, it consistently finds small moments to call its own.
Bullet Train202275136(full review)
Confess, Fletch202275136(full review) - But the hour and a half you spend with this breezy whodunit isn’t a waste, and might leave you feeling like you just met the real I.M. Fletcher.
Dear Evan Hansen202175136(full review) - Much like its flawed main character, it’s a mess of awkward and misplaced intentions, as likely to generate facepalms as it is a loving embrace.
Drive-Away Dolls202475136(full review) - It’s fun enough. It’s nutty. But if Coen and Cooke weren’t awkwardly chasing their own family history, it would have been more satisfying.
Empire of Light202275136(full review) - This film can offer the exquisite Colman and a stellar ensemble, and that’s just enough.
Father Stu202275136(full review) - It’s a sturdy and proficient testament to faith, but short of truly rousing.
France202175136(full review) - Dumont is clearly speaking to his homeland first, though the message will be instantly relatable to U.S. audiences.
I Want You Back202275136(full review) - It’s the irresistible chemistry of Slate and Day that keeps this madcap setup consistently engaging.
Jackass Forever202275136(full review) - The hits and the misses keep coming, equally likely to leave you laughing, wincing, or checking your watch.
Let the Wrong One In202175136(full review) - But it does end up delivering on the promise of that title, with just enough zany bite to make the lifeless stretches easier to bury.
Pinocchio202275136(full review) - But if true magic is what your heart desires, keep wishing.
The 355202275136(full review) - Kinberg does deliver one nicely orchestrated set-piece that truly grabs your attention with tension and bloodshed.
The Exorcist: Believer202375136(full review) - Believer spends two full hours telling the story, and it needs those 121 minutes. But Green doesn’t spend them where he should.
The Whale202275136(full review)
V/H/S/94202175136(full review) - A step up from Viral for sure, but with too many false starts for a rewind-able experience.
Wicked Little Letters202475136(full review) - So while it’s lacking in the bite needed to leave a lasting impression, think of Wicked Little Letters as an extended cat video, one just amusing enough to take your mind off of all those nasty comments from the keyboard warriors.
Amsterdam202270156(full review) - There are valid points to be made about history repeating itself, but Russell doesn’t trust us to figure them out for ourselves.
Ant-Man and the Wasp: Quantumania202370156(full review) - There are some big ideas here, and the attempts at world building are ambitiously borrowed, but much the same as its unlikely Avenger, Quantumania comes up small.
Easter Bloody Easter202465158(full review) - When Easter Bloody Easter stays on its bloody bunny trail, though, it puts together a basket of over-the-top fun. Just be prepared to wade through some patches of grass to find all the treats.
Gasoline Alley202265158(full review) - Is it ridiculous, overwrought and amateurish in spots? Sure, but this one is actually watchable.
Morbius202265158(full review) - Abrupt editing does Espinosa no favors, either, and the pace that initially feels nicely brisk leads to a narrative that just seems impatient.
Uncharted202265158(full review) - Give in to the brazen ridiculousness of the latest Indiana Jones knockoff, there’s some fun to be discovered.
Bloodthirsty202160162(full review) - Bloodthirsty is a werewolf film that never really feels like one, which has both up and down sides.
Big George Foreman: The Miraculous Story of the Once and Future Heavyweight Champion of the World202350163(full review) - George’s rise to gold medals, heavyweight belts and best-selling grills has indeed been extraordinary. It deserves better than the ordinary treatment that comes from Big George Foreman.
Confession202250163(full review) - Much like a troubled mark facing dwindling options and a ticking clock, Confession just ends up saying too much.
F9202150163(full review) - And as the running time keeps running, it all starts to feel pretty tedious.
High Heat202250163(full review) - High Heat struggles to find enough padding for even an 84 minute running time, and will probably fade from the menu pretty quickly.
The Boogeyman202350163(full review) - And for horror fans wanting another PG-13 gem like The Ring, or a grief metaphor as deeply felt as The Babadook, the long wait just gets longer.
The Gateway202150163(full review) - The Gateway becomes an overwrought and overwritten mess leading to little that is satisfying.
Where the Crawdads Sing202250163(full review) - Where the Crawdads Sing does Southern Gothic like Justin Beiber doing Delta blues. You’ll recognize the words and music, but any true feeling is bogged down by all the polish.
American Siege202245170(full review) - Even the shoot-em-up payoff is lackluster, while the film’s prevailing worldview is simplistic and pandering.
Cheaper by the Dozen202245170(full review) - it’s pretty insufferable.
Here Today202145170(full review) - an overlong, self-indulgent, misguided and unfunny misfire.
Mending the Line202345170(full review) - The respect is never in doubt, but the conversation ends up treading water.
Silent Night202345170(full review) - Even Woo’s battle sequences seem uninspired and repetitive, and the most memorable piece of the action in Silent Night becomes how much louder its speaking.
Sonic the Hedgehog202045170(full review) - So after its rough start with the fanboys, you might say Sonic avoids becoming a real…..CATS-tastrophy.
Sonic the Hedgehog 2202245170(full review) - But like the first film, the storytelling here is so exaggerated that even Carrey’s cartoonish mugging doesn’t seem that much over the top.
The Beekeeper202445170(full review) - Where it lands – elevator ride aside – is strictly in plug-and-play Statham territory, another ironic reminder of why his comedic turn in Spy was such a joyous bullseye.
Blonde202240178(full review) - Dominik’s film, which he adapted himself from the source novel, does little more than fetishize Monroe’s suffering.
Red Notice202140178(full review) - Thurber ends up navigating an awkward space that teeters on spoof.
The Amusement Park202140178(full review) - And armed with the proper context, you should probably see it anyway.
Paradise City202225181(full review) - Paradise City lands as another cookie cutter production from Edward Drake, Corey Large and Chuck Russell, surrounding solid work by the three leads with a litany of dreadful supporting performances and careless construction.




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