'Where'd You Go, Bernadette' explores what happens when the creative can't create, and delivers an incredible performance from Cate Blanchett.
Wu Assassins delivers the martial arts goods, but the all too-familiar Saturday morning cartoon plot ultimately holds it back.
Some movies are just so hard to grasp that trying to do so would be futile. In some instances, that can be used to a film’s...
A ranking of The Fast and Furious films, a franchise that has grown organically - from street racing to cyber warfare, family is above all.
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw is over-the-top in all the wrong ways. Spectacle and charisma attempts to justify a forced narrative.
When a movie starts off with lines literally being drawn on the screen, showing mathematical formulas being processed in order to execute a kill, it is...
'Stuber' may not be the most rewarding of movies, but it's a testament to the attractiveness of comfort food in film.
From the opening moments, it is clear that Ari Aster’s Midsommar is not messing around. What becomes increasingly clear though is that he’s also not entirely...
'Sakawa' offers a different perspective on a little-explored part of internet culture, but unfortunately comes up short on substance.
'Bei Bei' hits audiences right out of the gate, before it ultimately peters out into a fairly rote documentary on the legal system.