Paradox is a stoner music video stretched out to theatrical length. It doesn’t work.
Even Workaholics fans might want to skip Game Over, Man!, a “Die Hard with losers” movie.
Unless you want to spend hours looking for something that I don’t think is there, you’re much better off skipping Welcome the Stranger.
Furlough wastes both good actors and our time with a nothing story and bland characters.
Josie is a slow-burn that isn’t worth the wait. It’s hard to imagine it being worthwhile for anyone except massive fans of its actors.
Dear Dictator fails to capitalize on its potentially strong premise.
Your kids like dogs and want to see a dog do cool things? Sure, put on Benji. It’s harmless. It’s bad, overall. But harmless.
Bent feels like a few dozen other, better movies, and does nothing to distinguish itself from the pack.
Thoroughbreds is captivating from start to finish. If you like dark comedy, social satire, or noir thrillers, see it as soon as possible.
The Strangers: Prey at Night is a generic horror movie that is trying to capitalize on whatever goodwill remains from its predecessor.