The Outfit is a refreshingly elegant film that respects its audience and delivers an intricately thrilling time at the movies.
I Want You Back is a confidently conventional rom-com with a cast that is a lot more comedically talented than most films of its kind.
Ben Affleck shines in George Clooney’s latest film The Tender Bar, a homegrown American memoir with a focus on sentimentality.
Kris Roselli’s supernatural thriller Hideout provides you with a good idea of where it’s going immediately but creates a twisty good time in its route to the end.
Being The Ricardos boasts Aaron Sorkin’s best script in over half a decade and electrifying performances that bring his writing to life, in this look at the turbulent backstage activity behind I Love Lucy.
Disney’s latest animated movie Encanto may be a familiar tale, but in presentation it is a visual treat and an infectious delight.
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Disney’s The Lion King (1994) is a wonder of animated storytelling that thoroughly explores problematic politics and power dynamics.
Built upon layers of self-reflection, Bad Times At The El Royale is a throwback to star-powered bottle films of an era past rich in colors, characters, and social commentary.
Gunpowder Milkshake’s title suggests a sugar rush with a bang, but, while the film has its moments of fun, it is mostly an empty experience.