Mary Poppins Returns Review

A radiant, timeless tale audiences will long to fly with again and again. See full article at »

Glass Review

The conclusion of this film is a worse disaster than Eastrail 177. 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 »

On The Basis Of Sex Review

Simply a solid and serviceable biopic, but not really anything special. 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 »

Bumblebee Review

Bumblebee is proof that it is possible to become emotionally invested in a movie where giants robots punch each other in the face. See full article at »

Call Me By Your Name Review

This is a very sensual story about how love and erotic passion can consume a person, particularly a budding teenager whose hormones encourage him (or her) to basically lust after anything in sight. Even...

The Mule Review

Eastwood shows that he's still capable of carrying a mildly compelling drama with moderate wrinkles, low stakes, but enough human drama to please his dedicated audience. See full article at »

Creed II Review

Creed II is absolutely exhilarating, touching gloves with the audience & knocking out expectations. See full article at »

Red Sparrow Review

Red Sparrow isn't nearly as smart as it thinks it is, but it's maybe just smart enough to keep an audience entertained. See full article at »

Paddington 2 Review

An emotional masterpiece that digs deep while keeping you smiling, and a pure example of why sequels can still be a good thing. See full article at »

Baywatch Review

Baywatch certainly has the requisite number of pretty people in swimsuits, and while that might have been enough for an hour long TV episode to get by, the feature film version finds itself lost...

The LEGO Ninjago Movie Review

You will certainly laugh and cheer with The LEGO Ninjago Movie, but it won't invoke that sense of warm nostalgia that made the other two LEGO films instant classics. See full article at

Second Act Review

Even fans of Jennifer Lopez, or the more genre friendly films that Second Act has in mind in its execution, are going to want to inquire elsewhere. See full article at »

Star Wars: The Last Jedi Review

It's a game-changer for the series as a whole, and an immensely impressive one at that. See full article at »