Mouthpiece is a great emotional experience and has a central gimmick that is essential in making it effective.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post is a fairly generic coming-of-age movie whose specific subject matter and acting makes it worthwhile.
Climax is a visual delight, even if what you’re watching isn’t always pleasant, content-wise.
Thunder Road is a great movie with a tremendous lead performance. When it gets released, check it out.
Assassination Nation is messy and takes too long to get going to be anything other than an angry, well-intentioned movie that’ll only satisfy a specific audience.
Life Itself is a horrible attempt at telling a compelling story. Steer very clear from this one.
Circle of Steel is an effective drama about the uncertainty of employment.
The Predator is a moderately entertaining but also disappointing entry in this series. Only fans of the Predator franchise or of Shane Black need to bother with this one.
If you like mysteries or dark comedies, A Simple Favor is worth checking out. It’s a stylish and fun mystery movie.
The After Party lacks in too many areas to be worth your time. Fans only.