There hasn't been a more beloved, universally-praised TV show in the past decade than AMC's "Breaking Bad." That show, which ended in 2013, gets a new lease on life, as does its protagonist Jesse Pinkman, in "El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie," a fitting epilogue to one hell of a ride.
More of Will Smith ends up equating to more of the same in "Gemini Man," a lame sci-fi thriller that doubles down on dull.
"Angel Has Fallen" is the third chapter in the saga of Mike Banning, and here's hoping it's the last.
If you've already binged through the latest season of "Stranger Things" on Netflix and are looking for more adult fare this weekend, there are probably better options out there than "Point Blank."
Tom Holland is the big-screen's best-ever Peter Parker, and "Far From Home" is maybe the best Spider-Man film of all-time as well. There, I said it.
Fans of the series may like this latest adventure, but the world of "Men in Black: International" just seems like it has so much more potential.
The final chapter of the existing X-Men franchise finds itself too far removed from what makes the X-Men great in the first place.
The world of John Wick exponentially expands in its third chapter, but the more we learn about this organized criminal underworld, the less interesting it, and our hero, becomes.
"See You Yesterday" is a sharp time-travel story that takes on some weighty subject matter...but despite its teenage stars, it is definitely meant for adults.
The first "good" movie based on a video game? I'm not quite sure I can grant "Detective Pikachu" that honor, but it makes a solid case, relying heavily on fan-service...as any Pokémon movie should.
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