Movie Review

Rye Lane Review: A Touching Day-in-the-Life Drama

More 80-minute films, please!

Winnie The Pooh: Blood And Honey Review: What Was This?

Look at the title of this movie and what the movie proposes, does it really makes you have high expectations? It’s one of those movies that tries to ruin your childhood using kids elements to make it even scarier, and…

You People Review: Jonah Hill Meets the Parents

‘You People’ is streaming on Netflix on January 27.

Missing Review: Intriguing And Unexpected

Missing is the newest film from Sony Pictures directed by Nicholas D. Johnson and Will Merrick, being a non-direct sequel to Searching, Missing follows the story of June, played by Storm Reid, when her mother Grace, played by Nia Long,…

‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ Review: A Gorgeous Return to Pandora

‘Avatar: The Way of Water’ is a huge gamble. One might think that the sequel to the most successful film of all time would have no trouble matching that success, but with a $400 million budget BEFORE marketing, and a…

Guillermo del Toro’s ‘Pinocchio’ Review: A Riveting Recrafting Developed By Self-Worth

SPOILERS FOR PINOCCHIO AHEAD! READ AT YOUR OWN WILL! Honestly, I might just call 2022 the year of Pinocchio. This year has brought multiple renditions of the little lively wooden boy, from Disney’s shocking live-action reboot of its classic 1940…

The Son Review: Father, Son, House of Zeller

For all of its good intentions, ‘The Son’ ultimately falls flat and pales in comparison to ‘The Father.’

Strange World Review: A Solid Yet Uninspired Disney Animated Romp

It’s certainly “strange” that Strange World’s marketing seems to be incredibly minimal; after all, it features a gay main character, which Disney would normally be trumpeting from the treetops. This lack of marketing concerned many. Was the studio really trying…

Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery Review: One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

Rian Johnson’s second ‘Knives Out’ whodunit puts Benoit Blanc on a case that is far funnier than the first, but its high ambitions are its downfall.