Venom is campy fun. It may not be especially good, but it;s moderately entertaining and sets us up for a potentially enjoyable franchise.
A Star Is Born is a solid musical that would have been great had it done a better job of balancing the focus between its two protagonists.
Love, Scott is at its best when it’s an intimate portrait of its subject, but it too often strays from that path to become anything more than a generic documentary.
Keely and Du is a thrilling movie about the abortion debate. Unless the subject matter turns you off, it is worthwhile.
Cold War is a great bittersweet romance “highlight” reel. If you have any interest in dramas or romances you need to see it.
The Long Dumb Road is a funny and familiar road trip movie. If you want to laugh, it will satisfy that urge.
All About Nina overcomes a familiar plot with a funny script and tremendous central performance, making it something you should seek out.
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.