Coming from a self-aware legacy of classics, Scream VI slashes its way to theaters with gripping horror and traditional Scream meta-ness. With new and returning cast members, the film serves as a slasher standard.
Even with stunning visuals and some amazing storylines, Antman and the Wasp: Quantomania fails to achieve the success of its predecessors. Falling flat with poor writing and special effects, the new Marvel film doesn't hold up to the MCU legacy.
Marvel's Black Panther Wakanda Forever brings a cultural icon back to the screen, all while paying respects to the man who brought it there to begin with. Serving as a tearful goodbye to Chadwick Boseman, Wakanda Forever delights both the screen and the heart.
Despite capturing the charm and weirdness of the great Weird Al, Weird: The Al Yankovic Story fails to grasp its potential. Falling short of true greatness, Weird only ends up being weirdly average.
Despite a poor leadoff from Halloween Kills, Halloween Ends surprises with quality characters and classic scares. Outside of an underwhelming final showdown, Halloween Ends is a solid pick for spooky season.
Monster High is certainly a film. Acting as the second reboot to the popular doll line, the film does very little for its source material. With poorly developed characters, a half forgotten plot, and abandoned themes, Monster High: The Movie falls short of its popular legacy.
'Do Revenge' is a double edged sword. Despite quality acting, 'Do Revenge' is dragged down by mediocre plot execution and bewildering tone shifts.
The Batman gave its audience not only a great superhero film but a great film, period.
"Texas Chainsaw Massacre" plays out exactly like any other mediocre horror. I started to think the filmmakers just gave up at some point in the production, but that would imply that they were trying to begin with.
Tall Girl 2 was a cliché-filled, attempting-to-be-relatable, uninspiring, one hour and thirty-seven minute-long film that somehow managed to be even more uneventful than the first.
The phrase, “If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it,” has never rung truer than it does now. In the day and age where every good classic film has to be revived with multitudes of sequels and prequels, and no one can just let a franchise die, I find myself pleading — why Scream?
Wes Anderson is back with a new pastel cinematic outing: 'The French Dispatch'; an anthology of blasé attitudes and whimsical storytelling that writers and readers will adore.
DUNE is a sci-fi epic for the ages; inviting the next generation to travel across space and time for years to come.
Michael Myers' latest cinematic outing adds more gore to the bloody history of the Halloween franchise, but ultimately leaves more questions than answers for fans.
The symbiotic antihero Venom is back for another round, this time against fan-favorite Marvel villain Carnage, and it seems like "carnage" is a great way to describe how this film plays out on screen.