The entire time I spent watching The Mitchells vs. The Machines I couldn’t help but think about Toy Story. And…
Not nearly as suspenseful or as rich as I Vampiri, Caltiki – The Immortal Monster never lives up to its evocative title, committing way more into the sci-fi aspect of the story rather than the horror one.
Far from great, and more misses than hits, Bad Trip is still one of the rare movies worth casually watching for an occasional laugh or two, although it’s leagues away from its progenitors.
Murder à la Mod almost works, if it weren’t for a confusing series of twists that it ultimately can’t recover from.
The Tax Collector isn’t going to throw itself at you, but it still presents an incredibly deep and complex look at a little-seen world of chaos and conflict.
Raya and the Last Dragon is an earnest attempt to bring fresh representation to Asian culture, but everything about it feels stale and unoriginal.
Orson Welles’ 1941 film Citizen Kane, which some have called the greatest film of all-time, is not one that’s easy…
Wacko may be a little too random to follow at times, but this early spoof film makes up for it with creative humor.
Alfred Hitchcock loves making people look dumb as they get riled up over half-information. His 1954 film Rear Window toys…
The King of Staten Island opens with Pete Davidson, playing a semi-autobiographical version of himself, contemplating suicide behind the wheel of a car.