The Domestics is another generic post-apocalyptic movie that’s almost saved by its final half hour and solid acting.
Titanic is a wonderful movie that would be about as close to perfect as you can get if it were either shorter or had better pacing to make it not feel as long as it is.
Distorted has lots of paranoia but lacks the thrills to be entertaining.
Spaghettiman isn’t very entertaining or clever, despite its best intentions.
Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom is a surprisingly dull dinosaur movie.
Incredibles 2 is a lively, action-packed, and funny movie whose plot isn’t very original.
Metamorphosis takes a more poetic, artistic approach to the climate change documentary, and it stands out from the crowd because of it.
You like rom-coms? Watch Set It Up. You don’t like rom-coms? You might like Set It Up anyway, actually. It’s pleasant.
Unless you’re a big Blake Jenner or Melissa Benoist fan, Billy Boy doesn’t have much reason for you to watch it.
Hotel Artemis is a fun ride—one that’s over too quickly and fails to fully capitalize on its premise and characters, but fun nonetheless.