“No Hard Feelings” is a hysterical combination of raunchy humor and genuine heart that allows Jennifer Lawrence to hilariously showcase the full range of her immense talent.
“Fast X” delivers another epic entry in this gloriously silly franchise, that doesn’t quite crack the surface of the series’ best, but is far from its worst.
Consistent tonal imbalance turns “Mafia Mamma” into a downright stupid genre homage and one of 2023’s first cinematic misfires.
“John Wick: Chapter 4” culminates with some of the most spectacular action sequences in recent American cinema, while also managing to reinject some of the first chapter’s emotional weight.
After spending the last decade-plus forgetting about the first “Avatar,” it’s going to be hard to stop thinking about “The Way of Water.”
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Norwegian horror films are continually making their stamp on the zeitgeist, and Eskil Vogt’s “The Innocents” is the latest to do so.
Director Sam Raimi’s fingerprints are all over “Multiverse of Madness,” making for a thrilling and scary new chapter in the MCU.
With top-notch animation and a message that will hit home with parents and children, “The Bad Guys” is a hit.
While “Marry Me” almost elevates itself above its peers, it ultimately falls victim to genre tropes and is unable to nail down its tone.
“Moonfall” never fully embraces the absurdity of its plot, and as a result, is a failure to launch.
“Scream” continues Wes Craven’s legacy with a story that is just as clever and suspenseful as its predecessors.
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“C’mon, C’mon” earns its emotional ups and downs on its way to being one of the best films of 2021.
“Red Notice” is undoubtedly big, but it’s also unnecessarily messy, painfully unfunny and, well, just plain dumb.
While “Antlers” delivers when it comes to scares and monsters, its plot is far too thematically overwhelming to properly execute on everything it wishes to explore.