In recent years, there's this weird new category of films, where you find yourself giving sub-par movies a pass by admitting: "Well I'm glad I didn't pay for that in a theater, but you know, for a streaming release at home it's OK!"
That's not high-praise, but that's definitely where "The Old Guard" falls.
It's hard to believe a movie like "Four Kids and It" was ever meant for the big-screen pre-pandemic. This is as throw-away as they come, probably better suited for a DVD bargain bin in a grocery store, let alone a streaming platform. But at least it's harmless.
Originally intended for a mid-Summer blockbuster theatrical release, the family-friendly adventure "Artemis Fowl" finds its way to Disney+ this weekend.
42 years in the making, the Skywalker Saga draws to a close with its ninth and final Episode. So will fans be pleased with "The Rise of Skywalker"? There are MILD SPOILERS to follow, so prepare yourself...
"Doctor Sleep" is the sequel to the classic 1980 Stanley Kubrick horror film, "The Shining," from the twisted mind of Stephen King...and it's deliciously entertaining.
It's a trippy, wacky movie that won't be for everyone, but it's a film that may just shine some award-season love on its two stars.
Despite an interesting sci-fi premise, this action-thriller just can't establish a strong enough connection.
What would a world without The Beatles look like? The new romantic comedy "Yesterday" answers this question for us, with mixed results.
”Avengers: End Game” is funny, exciting, a bit too long and a bit absurd...or in other words, it’s exactly what we’ve come to expect over the course of the 21 previous Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU) movies. “End Game” is the 22nd MCU film and is billed as the “final” installment for this particular group of superheroes.
And while it's a crowd-pleaser through and through, what wasn’t expected was for this last chapter to pack such an emotional wallop.
WARNING: What follows is a review of the film that DOES contain MILD SPOILERS, so proceed with caution.
From the pits of Hell, I sort of wish "Hellboy" would have just stayed there.
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