Teenage boys look for love in an R-rated world, finding just enough laughs along the way to make it all worth it...sort of.
Review: An unpopular opinion of 'The Lion King' re-make and why this movie should be the Pride of Disney
Despite being crushed by critics, the newest version of Disney's "The Lion King" is anything but soulless. Let me explain.
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.
The gang is back for another adventure, but is "Toy Story 4" worthy of its predecessors, or should Pixar put a fork in 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.
What's there to say about a movie like this? Kids will like it, adults probably won't. Even so, the money it's set to make for Universal will rain in like...well...cats and dogs.
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.
A whole new world? Hardly. The new, completely unnecessary live-action re-make of Disney's animated classic, "Aladdin" should have stayed bottled up.
"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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