Charlie’s Angels Review: The Female-Centric Origin Story Expertly Adapts To The Modern World

Charlie's Angels is a strong contemporary take on the property, and Elizabeth Banks should be praised for wearing so many hats (and wigs) on the project. See full article at »

Playing With Fire Review: A Solid Comedy That The Entire Family Can Enjoy

standard formula is met with the expert timing and performances of the entire cast See full article at »

Honey Boy Review: Shia Labeouf Offers A Beautiful Look Into An Ugly Childhood

Honey Boy succeeds because Shia LeBeouf manages to tell an autobiographical story with gut wrenching honesty. See full article at »

Midway Review: Your Granddad’s New Favorite Movie

t seems quite likely that only history nuts and those that already love to consume mass amounts of World War II media are likely to be particularly excited for this one. See full article...

Last Christmas Review: The Holiday Rom-Com Doesn't Have Much To Say

Overall, Last Christmas stumbles because it lacks a unique perspective. See full article at »

The King Review: Netflix's Medieval Drama Shines In Some Spots, But Drags In Others

The film is at its best following Hal has he reconciles with the responsibilities of being a monarch, but unfortunately dries up elsewhere. See full article at »

Lady And The Tramp Review: A Disney Doggie Rom-Com

As with most Disney remakes, Lady and the Tramp provides the story that fans know, but this remake also offers a bit of additional charm to the familiar formula that both old and new...

Arctic Dogs Review: If You See Only One Snowy Animated Movie This Year… Stay...

his is a movie that feels like it was generated based on first ideas only See full article at »

The Irishman Review: A Gangster Epic Only A Master Like Scorsese Could Deliver

The Irishman is larger in scale than anything ever done before, and it’s stunning just how utterly captivating it is at every moment. See full article at »

Dora And The Lost City Of Gold Review

t's ultimately a perfectly adequate diversion for younger audiences – but it’s also a shame that it doesn’t fully capitalize on its demonstrated potential. See full article at »

The Peanut Butter Falcon Review

An earnest, honest friendship story that earns the comparisons being made between Falcon and the timeless, rambling plottings of Mark Twain. See full article at »

Blinded By The Light Review

The world needs this movie, and whether you’re a fan of deeply personal stories of triumph, or just the Springsteen discography, you’ll be absolutely stunned by what this film has to offer. See full...

Good Boys Review

hile there are some recognizable themes and character arcs, what normally reads familiar feels fresh and repurposed with new context, and the film is able to unwind some unique, hilarious scenarios. See full article...

The Angry Birds Movie 2 Review

The Angry Birds Movie 2 has a sufficient number of laughs that most audiences won't be bothered too much that there's isn't much else there. See full article at »

Where’d You Go, Bernadette Review

Falling more into the mainstream column of the Linklater filmography, this adaptation of Maria Semple’s best-selling dramedy novel feels more slight than sensational. See full article at »