Greta Review

A fun thriller -- with a couple of engaging performances and legitimately shocking moments -- that doesn’t blow you away. See full article at »

If Beale Street Could Talk Review

It's downright ridiculous that a filmmaker can be working at this high a level so early in his career, and one can only imagine what the future holds for him. See full article 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...

Halloween Review

It's simultaneously both a wonderful tribute to the story that started it all, and a post-modern reflection that often giddily subverts everything that's perfect about the legacy of the killer Michael Myers. See full...

Instant Family Review

While Instant Family doesn't totally break the conventions of the family comedy, it uses them to its advantage. See full article at »

Pet Sematary (2019) Review

A worthy and unsettling tour guide through the mind caverns of King. See full article at »

Kin Review

It shouldn't be a problem for those who do take a chance on Kin to not only fall into its rather unique universe, but to come out on the other side wanting to see...

The Big Sick Review

The Big Sick is easily the best rom-com of 2017, so far, and one of the most touching and daring in years, too. See full article at »

Fifty Shades Freed Review

Fifty Shades Freed ends the franchise not with a whimper, nor a bang, but a Pinterest board of bad ideas involving storytelling, relationship advice, and general conduct. See full article at »

Ready Player One Review

While not quite peak Spielberg, Ready Player One is a fun exploration of pop culture with a fantastic sense of spectacle that mostly makes up for some weak plotting. See full article at

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 »

I Feel Pretty Review

What starts as a silly comedy quickly becomes a joyous and emotional story that reminds us why we fell in love with Amy Schumer in the first place. See full article at »...

Escape Room Review

Escape Room is a fun morsel of junk food, ready to be devoured by its PG-13 target audience and anyone looking for something new in this desert of content known as January. See full...

Glass Review

The conclusion of this film is a worse disaster than Eastrail 177. See full article at »

The Catcher Was A Spy Review

While Paul Rudd's protagonist is on a dangerous assassination mission at the height of WWII, the stakes feel surprisingly low. See full article at »