Isn't It Romantic Review

While Isn't it Romantic doesn't quite succeed at being more than just another romantic comedy, it's a perfectly acceptable version of one. See full article at »

Happy Death Day 2U Review

The movie is fun with a capital “F-U,” as it plays with your expectations to not only get a bigger reaction than the first film, but to show off the full extent of the...

How To Train Your Dragon: The Hidden World Review

Fans of the How To Train Your Dragon franchise couldn’t have asked for a more satisfying sequel, as The Hidden World brings this family epic to an emotionally gorgeous close. See full article at...

What Men Want Review

The plot of this movie largely hits the same beats as the original franchise movie, so it’s nothing to write home about, but the subplots culminate in sometimes zany hilarity and each of the...

Velvet Buzzsaw Review

You can’t be mad at Velvet Buzzsaw, as all involved are clearly talented, and there’s a level of promise in what it’s trying to do. You sure as hell can be disappointed though, as...

Miss Bala Review

Its positives eventually outweigh the negatives, and make the new movie a passable option for a weekend night out. See full article at »

Cold Pursuit Review

Cold Pursuit is a fairly by-the-numbers Liam Neeson revenge movie. See full article at »

Alita: Battle Angel Review

If there's any justice in the world, this won't be the last time we'll see the battle angel herself taking the big screen by storm; because Alita kicks all of the ass. See full...

The LEGO Movie 2: The Second Part Review

Funny, cute, clever, and emotional as it can be at its best, it also isn’t quite as awesome. See full article at »

They Shall Not Grow Old Review

They Shall Not Grow Old tells the story of a nation ready to fight for what they believed in, and the cost it paid to get out alive and victorious. It is required viewing...

The Kid Who Would Be King Review

It’s charming from end to end and consistently exciting, while also possessing a great deal of heart with a wonderful story about morality, communication, and unity. See full article at »

Serenity Review

A film that starts off like a Cinemax late night thriller, only to slide into half baked territory that only a USA Networks original dares to tread. See full article at »

A Dog’s Way Home Review

It's ruff to sit and stay through A Dog's Way Home, and anyone who can do so without walking out deserves a treat. See full article at »

On The Basis Of Sex Review

Simply a solid and serviceable biopic, but not really anything special. See full article at »

The Upside Review

It's sad to say it, but there's very little upside to seeing The Upside. See full article at »