Wayne’s World came out in 1992, three years after the release of Bill & Ted’s Excellent Adventure–a film it’s often…
Jumanji: The Next Level takes the surprisingly clever humor we first saw in 2017’s massively popular Welcome to the Jungle to new heights.
You could say many of the problems with Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker are a result of fan service.
With Us, Peele’s priority isn’t to scare us, but to tell an enticing story, which he’s done successfully now, twice.
The Battle of Shaker Heights is a good movie regardless, but LaBeouf brings a charisma that you can’t create.
Captive State feels like a movie made by people who understand sociopolitical themes, but not so much the genres of science fiction or action.
In many technical aspects, Creed is better than almost every other Rocky movie, but maybe the issue is much of it doesn’t feel like a Rocky movie at all.
The Irishman admittedly covers a lot of ground in a relatively “short” amount of time. However, this often proves to work against the overall story.
1963’s The Girl Who Knew Too Much is a perfect introduction to the Italian giallo genre since it’s considered by many as the very first
The New Kids taps well into the zeitgeist of the decade, combining Brat Pack charm and Stallone action-muscle, while hitting all the right marks in between.