“The Lost City” delivers a breezy, throwback rom-com adventure, and adds a handful of extras on 4K Ultra HD.
While “Marry Me” almost elevates itself above its peers, it ultimately falls victim to genre tropes and is unable to nail down its tone.
Peter Dinklage and company have delivered one of the best films of 2021 that will sing and dance its way into your heart.
It’s hard to believe that one of Hollywood’s greatest stars has yet to lead his own film, but here Mahershala Ali is – one Oscar under his belt – and … Continue Reading Review: Ali delivers powerhouse performances in teary drama ‘Swan Song’
Season 3 of Netflix’s sensual murder mystery “You” starts streaming Friday, and it’s the show’s craziest season yet.
“She’s The Man” is finally coming home on Blu-ray just in time for its 15th anniversary, and it’s loaded with bonus feature
“Rebecca” may not live up to the Best Picture quality of its predecessor, but it’s a worthy remake
If a fun “popcorn” film is what you seek, then “Love and Monsters” delivers with a light adventure romp and plenty of heart and monster action.
After setting the stage in its premiere, Episode 2 of “Bly Manor” begins to answer a few questions…
“The Haunting of Bly Manor” may not top its predecessor, but it comes awfully close.
Check out the first trailer and photos for Netflix’s upcoming gothic romance, “Rebecca.”
The pure hilarity of “The Lovebirds” is more than enough to have you willing to forgive any of its formulaic plot lines, thanks to undeniable chemistry between Nanjiani and Rae.
While it sometimes struggles to balance its tone – switching between heartfelt, vicious, raunchy and inspiring all in a matter of minutes – Feldstein’s impressive ability to perfectly match whatever is thrown her way makes “How to Build a Girl” worth the watch.
As simplistic and predictable as “Last Christmas” may be, it still gets the job done once you admit you’re ready to feel all warm and fuzzy and embrace the holiday season.
“Portrait of a Lady on Fire” plays out very much like the painting of a masterpiece. It takes its time, slowly sketching out the skeleton. Its movements are careful and tender. Eventually, the details are filled in, and all of the elements come together to create something greater than the sum of its parts.
At this point, it’s common knowledge that nearly everything A24 touches turns to gold. Sure, there are a few exceptions (looking at you, “Spring Breakers”), but just looking at the … Continue Reading Review: ‘Waves’ is a beautiful, immersive story of tragedy and how it’s overcome