Roma Review

Be thankful Roma exists. It's a special masterpiece, from a special, masterful filmmaker. See full article at »

Cold War Review

Pawel Pawlikowski is in love with his characters, his story, and the world he's built in Cold War, and it shows in every frame. See full article at »

Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse Review

What has been made here is a tremendous achievement built on the genius vision and foundation created by Stan Lee and Steve Ditko back in 1962, and is a stunning tribute to everything the...

A Private War Review

A Private War tells Marie Colvin's story, which is just as vital as any conflict that she'd covered, and it does so with respect for its subject and the audience. It should not be...

Green Book Review

It's exhilarating watching a movie and realizing, beyond a shadow of a doubt, that the performances on display are locks for Oscar consideration. See full article at »

Robin Hood Review

While this modern Robin Hood does feel very much a product of its time, with fun performances and kinetic action thrown into the mix, it feels as if it had to crib from another...

Widows Review

Widows hits all of the big targets to be an exceptional heist movie, and adds the incredible prestige of a filmmaker like Steve McQueen. See full article at »

Creed II Review

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

The Ballad Of Buster Scruggs Review

Buster Scruggs feels undercooked, and is a meager addition to the Coen filmography -- I suspect because they didn't intend for it to be a film, at all. See full article at »...

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 »

Ralph Breaks The Internet Review

The narrative doesn't quite have the same tight structure/organization that the first film did, doing a lot more bouncing around from place to place road movie-style, but it remains solid on the immense strength...

The Girl In The Spider's Web Review

The Girl in the Spider's Web doesn't reinvent the wheel, but it is a better than average action adventure with a compelling lead actress. See full article at »

Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes Of Grindelwald Review

Solid and loaded with fun characters and sequences, but it's also a ride that is designed specifically to be enjoyed by those who have long invested their hearts into the Wizarding World. See full...

Overlord Review

To see a premise as exciting as the one Overlord was built and sold on wasted in such a tremendous fashion just isn't reich. See full article at »

Dr. Seuss’ The Grinch Review

Dr. Seuss' The Grinch may not be the best version of this story ever told, but it doesn't have to be. It's a warm and fun story that has enough warmth and charm to...