Kenneth Branagh’s A Haunting in Venice may not satisfy mystery fans, but it will still leave an impression on regular moviegoers.
The Last Voyage of the Demeter’s heavy atmosphere and dread can only carry the film through a small portion of the journey, leaving the rest dead in the water.
Meg 2: The Trench is a cesspool of several over the top ideas that unfortunately ends up feeling far shallower due to how overcrowded with themes it is.
There is a good amount of scares and enjoyment to be found in Haunted Mansion, even though its props and makeup are noticeably rusty.
In the wake of the Mission: Impossible – Dead Reckoning release, we take a look at Tom Cruise’s past M:I movies, ranked from worst to best.
While not the meatiest out of Quentin Tarantino’s movies, Kill Bill Vol.1 shows simplicity can be a merit when supported by highly memorable style.
No Hard Feelings won’t leave you feeling much afterwards, but its acting charm and bits of sincerity should be enough for a one-time watch.
The Flash (2023) is hopelessly lost in its multiversal lore, amounting to nothing more than action figures brawling while actual characters or emotions get left in the dust.
Bumblebee is old fashioned in many respects, but it makes up for it by scaling down bombastic action in favor of emotion and character.
While not entirely devoid of problems, The Wolverine proves it can heal from its wounds to deliver an underrated and satisfying experience.