Reviews

Film Review: The Princess

The Princess shares more in common with The Raid than anything by the Grimms. The script by Ben Lustig and Jake Thornton follows the model of a video game; every new floor is a literal new level with a new bos... Read More...

Film Review: The Black Phone

This is the movie that director Scott Derrickson made after departing Marvel over "creative differences" with the Doctor Strange sequel. After witnessing that disaster of a sequel, there was no question that T... Read More...

Film Review: Elvis

Elvis the movie you expect from stylized director Baz Luhrmann, which is an experience that no one else can provide -- a messy, chaotic, crazy, sometimes tin-eared yet audacious and immersive kaleidoscope of s... Read More...

Film Review: Spiderhead

The story follows Jeff (Miles Teller), a prisoner who is undergoing experimental drug trials for a lighter sentence. Chris Hemsworth is miscast as the sunny, smarmy head of the drug trials, mostly featuring a ... Read More...

Film Review: Lightyear

Finally freed from the purgatory of exclusively streaming Disney +, Pixar returns to cinemas in the hopes of cashing in on one of its original characters from the company's first theatrical venture, Toy Story ... Read More...

Film Review: Jurassic World: Dominion

There is a lot going on with Jurassic World: Dominion and yet so little is happening, at least from an intellectual standpoint. This feels like three different movies slammed together with lackluster subpl... Read More...

Film Review: Crimes of the Future

Versatile drector David Cronenberg returns to his body horror roots after two decades with Crimes of the Future alongside longtime collaborator Viggo Mortensen. Crimes of the Future is certainly a gross movie... Read More...

Film Review: Top Gun Maverick

After finishing second in his Top Gun fighter pilot class some thirty-years ago (the valedictorian being Val Kilmer’s “Ice Man” Kazansky), Pete “Maverick” Mitchell (Tom Cruise) has bounced from assignment to a... Read More...

Film Review: Downton Abbey: A New Era

The first Downton Abbey movie served as an epilogue for the series, providing extra resolution to several characters and coupling up others to provide a happy ending. Then it was wildly successful to the tune ... Read More...

Film Review: Men

Men portrays everyday life as a woman as a living horror movie. It’s a highly metaphorical and atmospheric movie, which will undoubtedly turn of many of its viewers, but it's core story is about the danger, di... Read More...