Beast of Burden has a couple of thrills, but ultimately lacks the depth, thought, and execution to be much of anything.
While it’s better than director Duncan Jones’ previous movie, Warcraft, Mute isn’t the return to form we were hoping for and isn’t really worth watching.
Annihilation is a sci-fi movie for those who are okay with not having their hand held for its entire duration.
Game Night is really funny. Just don’t expect anything more. If you want a new comedy and like the actors or the premise, it’s a good one to pick.
Only people who want to watch every Nicolas Cage movie (for whatever reason) should watch Looking Glass.
Irreplaceable You isn’t a terrible movie but it is a pretty pointless one. It’s only worthwhile if you love tearjerkers regardless of their execution.
Black Panther is another fantastic movie from director Ryan Coogler—one that sits near the top of the MCU.
Love, Simon might mean more to someone who’s in a similar situation to its protagonist; if you’re not, it’s a decent watch but nothing more.
Peter Rabbit could have been a disaster, but I wound up having a decent time with it.
Fifty Shades Freed ends the franchise. Thank goodness.