retty much any time Carrey’s on screen he inspires huge bouts of laughter with his trademark brand of schtick and shenanigans. See full article at Cinemablend.com »
Should you be ready for a quick and twisty thriller that isn’t afraid to make you laugh with an occasional moment of gross content and bodily harm, then Come To Daddy. See full article at Cinemablend.com »
It’s a funny and heartwarming follow-up to All The Boys I Loved Before, but yes, it’s also second best... See full article at Cinemablend.com »
In 1800s England, a well meaning but selfish young woman meddles in the love lives of her friends. Director: Autumn de Wilde Writers: Eleanor Catton (screenplay by), Jane Austen (based on the novel by) Stars: Anya Taylor-Joy, Tanya Reynolds, Josh O'Connor
The Rocky Horror Picture Show has always been something of a guilty pleasure dating back to my days as a teenager appearing in am-dram musical revues inspired by it because the performing rights were always strictly reserved for professional productions until March 2000. The original...
Birds Of Prey (And The Fantabulous Emancipation Of One Harley Quinn) Review: Like Harley Herself, It’s Messy, But Fun
DC Comics fans have been waiting years and years for a great Harley Quinn solo movie, and here they get it… albeit it’s packaged inside a more so-so Birds of Prey movie. See full article at Cinemablend.com »
While Timmy Failure: Mistakes Were Made, as the title suggests, makes a couple mistakes, on the whole the film defies its title by being a hilarious and pleasant success. See full article at Cinemablend.com »
It becomes a horror movie without any actual horror, and a waste of all its potential. See full article at Cinemablend.com »
The Rhythm Section is Blake Lively’s movie, and she owns every frame of it. See full article at Cinemablend.com »
Mission: Impossible - Ghost Protocol is entertaining enough, with its globe trotting adventures, high-stakes tactical espionage, life-or-death extraction methods, white-knuckle infiltration and creative interrogation channels; but for all its nonstop action, it's indiscernible from every other Mission: Impossible movie or contemporary James Bond flick....
Once the film finds its groove, it doesn’t take long for Guy Ritchie’s charm to sink in, as The Gentlemen finds its rhythm and proceeds to conduct its own symphony of action, comedy, and choice swearing. See full article at Cinemablend.com »
hough the film features fantastic visuals, it's held back from being a faithful Lovecratian adaption by exaggerated performances, campy comedy and unnecessary plot threads. See full article at Cinemablend.com »
It speaks to a specific type of scary movie fan, specifically the kind that dig just living in a creepy vibe, but for those people it satisfies. See full article at Cinemablend.com »
The Last Full Measure utilizes its impressive ensemble well, and never feels overloaded. See full article at Cinemablend.com »