You are a bad person if you subject children to Norm of the North: Keys to the Kingdom. Its existence hurts me.
American Hangman is a courtroom drama for the viral age that misses the mark.
If you like Transformers and want to see a live-action Transformers movie with good characters, solid storytelling, laughs, and heart, check out Bumblebee.
Ralph Breaks the Internet is a very worthy sequel to a pretty great original.
The Girl in the Spider’s Web is a bland, drab techno-thriller that feels more like a lesser Bond flick than anything recognizable from the Millennium series.
Bohemian Rhapsody is a tepid biopic. Unless you’re a massive Queen fan—and are okay with historical inaccuracies—you don’t have a reason to watch it.
It’s not the most original movie out there, but Look Away is fun enough to be worth the time. If you like teen horror movies, it’s worth checking out.
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.