Cargo Review

Though it's as slow as the undead, Cargo is an effective horror-drama that takes a more cerebral approach to the zombie apocalypse. See full article at Cinemablend.com »

Show Dogs Review

The only plausible origin story I can think of for Show Dogs is that someone forgot to curb their pet, this script dropped out, and someone thought it'd be a fair tax write off...

Life Of The Party Review

For every laugh Life of the Party earns, there's at least five gags that stretch way past their limits of tolerance. See full article at Cinemablend.com »

Deadpool 2 Review

Deadpool 2 is an outrageous, surprising, hysterical, emotional, vulgar, creative and uproarious summer blockbuster that fans of this genre -- and of comedy, in general -- will devour. See full article at Cinemablend.com »...

Solo: A Star Wars Story Review

Solo: A Star Wars Story is a ricocheting experience of highs and lows, and the end result doesn't inspire any real extreme reaction -- as hard as that might be to grasp in the...

Feral Review

An above average cabin in the woods splatter romp with consistent tension and some surprisingly emotional beats. See full article at Cinemablend.com »

Overboard Review

I'll throw Overboard a bone with some credit for at least trying to put a twist on the original... but you wish that it perhaps twisted a little bit more. See full article at...

Book Club Review

Unapologetic fans of the rom-com genre will find Book Club to be an easy, breezy watch. Not everyone's a fan of the rom-com genre, but this one is fun without being fussy and silly...

Paint It Black Review

Paint It Black is powerful, but not forceful, touching, but not hysterical, and a film that manages to effect and entrance in a subtle and profound manner. See full article at Cinemablend.com »

Wind River Review

Wind River is a powerful examination of the human soul, while also containing scenes that'll take your breath away, as it shocks and awes the audience in waves. See full article at Cinemablend.com »...

The Only Living Boy In New York Review

There are plenty of instances where I'll stand up for a movie about bad people doing bad things to other bad people, but those titles typically hinge on heroes and villains that can at...

Tully Review

Featuring a powerhouse performance from star Charlize Theron, and some wonderful and legitimately surprising twists and turns, it's a fantastic bit of summer blockbuster counterprogramming, but also a title that very well may pop...

All The Money In The World Review

It's stunning to see what Ridley Scott was able to do with the inclusion of Christopher Plummer, but at the same time you are left wishing that there was more to the film to...

Chuck Review

While Liev Schrieber is utterly transfixing and there are one or two sequences of note, Chuck ultimately becomes a rudimentary biopic and story of drugs and decline rather than a worthwhile probing of the...

Breaking In Review

While Gabrielle Union gives her all in a fierce performance, it's not enough to save Breaking In's lack of vision and lazy writing. See full article at Cinemablend.com »

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