“C’mon, C’mon” earns its emotional ups and downs on its way to being one of the best films of 2021.
“Petite Maman” is a simple, tender story, but it manages to take grand ideas and whittle them down to the basics.
The Will Smith hype is real, as the actor delivers one of his very best performances in “King Richard.”
While “The Mitchells vs. The Machines” may utilize familiar familial tropes, refreshing animation and self-aware humor make “The Mitchells vs. The Machines” an all-around blast.
Packed with humor and heart, “Happiest Season” is all but guaranteed to become a modern Christmas classic.
“Hillbilly Elegy” has the right ingredients for success, but the recipe is all wrong.
“Run” is a psychological thriller that delivers enough twists and turns to have viewers questioning everything they know about the film.
“Minari” is not only another testament to the shared experiences of immigrant families in America, but to Americans in general, reminding what makes this country strong in the first place.
By telling a story of empowering women to fight for themselves and outwit those who seek to dominate them, “Enola Holmes” strikes the right notes – especially today.
“The Call of the Wild” is a film aimed to entertain children, and it will accomplish its goal just fine. But for the parents stuck accompanying their kids to the theater, there isn’t much to enjoy.
Despite the rave reviews it’s receiving, “The Kid Who Would Be King” never quite lives up to its lofty expectations.
Simply put, “What They Had” is the definition of a stellar ensemble film. Led by a deeply moving performance from Hilary Swank coupled with writer/director Elizabeth Chomko’s cutting script, “What They Had” makes for an incredibly emotional trip to the theater.