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.
It's amazing to me that the new film "Joker" has already stoked such a visceral reaction among fans and critics alike. It will be hated, it will be loved, and there's validity to both sides of the debate. But for a film to incite such strong emotions - good or bad - it must be effectively operating on some level, and for me, it's as unforgettable a film as you'll see all year.
A beautifully-rendered drama that affects the senses, what "Monos" lacks in narrative it makes up for in mood.
Renee Zellweger might have been missing from our screens for most of the past decade, but she makes up for it and more with a tour de force, career-defining turn as Judy Garland.
Star power is wasted in a journey to nowhere.
Jennifer Lopez gives a career-defining performance, and Constance Wu cements herself as a leading lady in this layered, hot-and-confident female tour de force.
The 2013 novel, "The Goldfinch" by Donna Tartt is considered a modern literary classic...it was even awarded the Pulitzer Prize for Fiction. But this film adaptation doesn't seem to give the story its due justice, as it gets bogged down with melodrama and a few instances of bad casting.
It's the true story of Katharine Gunn (Keira Knightley), a British Whistleblower who leaked an important memo to the press, in the build-up to the America-led invasion of Iraq in 2003.
Deeply disturbing and at times excruciatingly painful to watch, this brutal revenge film is a nuanced, unflinching shock to the system.
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