Ghostbusters: Afterlife makes more good calls than bad, and for some viewers, when there’s something strange going on in the neighborhood, giving this legacy sequel a look might be the way to go.
I gave Red Notice my full attention, and all it gave me back was a headache.
Eternals shoots for the stars, and if the finished feature isn’t quite out of this world, it’s still close enough to getting there that my interest in seeing where these characters go next is exceedingly high.
No Time to Die was well worth the wait.
It’s dumb. It’s loud. It barely makes a lick of sense. But unlike its predecessor, Venom: Let There Be Carnage is also a heck of a lot of fun.
Copshop shoots up the screen with jovially pitch-black bravado.
Shang-Chi kicks butt, just not enough of it to fully satisfy.
Yakuza Princess never does enough to earn the throne.
The Protégé is an aggressively nasty actioner that fearlessly mucks around in the mud while embracing practically all of its cartoonishly pulpy attributes.