Frozen II is not a good movie even without its terrible music. In fact, it’s the very epitome of a below par sequel.
Honey Boy is somewhat unique in that way. There’s more of a story to tell, but this is merely a snapshot.
The Circle almost exclusively tackles those issues. The only problem is it never makes up its mind.
Nightbreed’s world tempts us to believe its notions with its appealing shell, but makes no good arguments for those who possess any sort of wisdom to really stop and think about it.
The Fellowship of the Frog, or whatever it’s called, constantly shows its hand to the audience, leaving the ultimate “reveal” at the end underwhelming, along with the most of the film.
You look at the directorial names at the top of Twilight Zone: The Movie and instantly you can recall films from each one that you love and admire
But what makes me love this Are You Afraid of the Dark? reboot is how it gives hope to a hopeless nostalgic, like myself, that these reboots can actually be done right.
When it comes to entertaining, Terminator: Dark Fate accomplishes what every other movie does in this series
Buffy the Vampire Slayer isn’t a bad movie. It just often operates in a very medial area where it’s neither bad nor necessarily great.
Considered by many as the last ’50s noir, Touch of Evil delivers in more ways than one.