With thrilling monster encounters and new, inventive ways to deal with a world gone silent, “A Quiet Place Part II” does nothing but build on its predecessor.
“Riders of Justice” is a shining example of Danish cinema, combining the grit of an action-thriller and the humanity and lightheartedness of real life.
For all of its promise of neon lit cinematography and a thrilling new spin, there is nothing in “Spiral” that sets it apart from its predecessors.
In “In the Earth” director Ben Wheatley has crafted a truly mesmerizing experience, as the mounting dread is felt in every passing minute.
If you are looking for great action with some crazy fights and brutal takedowns, “Nobody” is absolutely a must-watch.
“Breaking News in Yuba County” misses far more often than it hits, leading to an often disjointed and tonally imbalanced experience.
“The Courier” is a dark tale of Russian turncoats and British Intelligence that is charming, thrilling, and packs a lot of heart.
“Zack Snyder’s Justice League” is alive, and fans can soon experience the “Snyder Cut” in all of its four-hour glory. But just how different is this new version of the film?
“Cherry” scratches the surface of a number of serious issues – from addiction to PTSD – but never commits to fully exploring any of them.
While “Chaos Walking” may not stick every landing, what it does get right is highly enjoyable.
“Saint Maud” is brimming with enough supernatural scares and body horror to satisfy genre fans, and at the same time there are enough heady questions and psychological horror to thrill the rest.
The complicated questions “The White Tiger” asks, along with a stellar leading actor, make it a Netflix film worth checking out.
With two leads who aren’t the least bit compelling, a drawn out first two acts, and no discernible plot development, “Locked Down” is a film that should be avoided – even now.
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“Sound of Metal” is a deeply emotional and personal story of survival and understanding yourself and your place in the world.
“Hillbilly Elegy” has the right ingredients for success, but the recipe is all wrong.