Zombieland: Double Tap is a hangout movie whose success will lie on whether or not you like the people with whom you’re hanging out.
Lucky Day has no redeeming factors beyond, I suppose, its production value. There’s no reason to watch it.
Gemini Man is a forgettable movie whose presentation will keep it relevant until such time that it’s no longer special.
What a joke.
Rambo: Last Blood is a boring movie with a great climax. If you’ve seen the others, it might be worth seeing just to complete what is hopefully the end of the franchise.
Come to Daddy is destined to be a cult classic. Watch it. Go in blind.
American Woman squanders its potential in favor of bland storytelling.
Parasite is a fantastic blend of black comedy, thrills, and social drama. If you like movies, watch it.
Sorry We Missed You is an intimate and heartbreaking movie whose only issue is how hard it tries to hammer its point home—to the point of kneecapping its story at times.
Clifton Hill is a competently made movie about a mystery that the audience isn’t given reason to care about. For die-hard mystery fans only.