Booksmart Review

Booksmart isn't simply one of the best comedies of the year. I'd go a step further and call it one of the best comedies of the last several years. See full article at

The Perfection Review

It’s a movie that operates to first generate a certain level of expectation and perceptions about certain characters and events, and then in a heartbeat, it demolishes those notions and becomes something completely different...

A Dog’s Journey Review

Sure it’s a whole lot of fluff, but you just can’t help but go along and pet this story as it strolls along. See full article at »

The Sun Is Also A Star Review

The Sun Is Also A Star is a movie for only the most hopeless romantic. See full article at »

Wine Country Review

It just won’t hold the audience over throughout, and fans of the female SNL icons likely will be disappointed. See full article at »

John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum Review

The series continues to conduct its trademark symphony of blockbuster excitement and intriguing plottery to a tune that everyone can hum along with a smile. See full article at »

Poms Review

There is hardly a single underdog sports movie cliché that isn’t employed at some point, and it’s difficult to feel entirely engaged with the story when you know exactly how every single scene is...

The Hustle Review

The Hustle is an interesting twist on a successful idea, but fails to properly execute the scheme. See full article at »

Yesterday Review

Yesterday is a a total joy of a film that cements Danny Boyle and Richard Curtis as master storytellers of our time, as well as Himesh Patel as a rising talent who has limitless...

Detective Pikachu Review

You don't need to be a Pokemon expert to enjoy Detective Pikachu, but it certainly wouldn't hurt. See full article at »

Extremely Wicked Shockingly Evil And Vile Review

Ted Bundy may have been Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil, And Vile, but the film of that name is so flat and lifeless that it's not really worth superlatives of any kind. See full article...

Long Shot Review

The leads make the journey charming enough, even if you never can comprehend why the story keeps shuttling Fred and Charlotte through sitcom-worthy situations in search of an adequate punchline. See full article at...

Tolkien Review

A stirring portrait of personal fellowship, and a tale of how the ravages of war can inspire a work of great triumph and light, Tolkien possesses the soulful nature that all biopics should aspire...

Uglydolls Review

Uglydolls isn't exactly ugly, but it's far from attractive. See full article at »

The Intruder Review

I like The Intruder much more as a comedy. Invite all your friends, grab some drinks and you’ll have a blast. See full article at »