Dumb Money is a fun time at the movie theater, but not an especially edifying one.
The primary reason the reasonably strong performances don’t elevate Gran Turismo to being worthwhile is that other than for a couple of noteworthy sequences (including one stunning crash), the racing sequences are not very good.
As slight as it may be, Red, White & Royal Blue is a winning romantic comedy that will leave viewers smiling and, in this instance at least, that’s more than enough to satisfy.
Christopher Nolan’s Oppenheimer is the type of old-school, star-studded, epic historical biography Hollywood does not make anymore.
I have a sneaky suspicion I’m going to be pondering the myriad ins and outs of You Hurt My Feelings for quite some time.
Much like the first film, Book Club: The Next Chapter is another easygoing lark that does zero that’s unexpected yet still generates just enough genuine laughter to make its sitcom-level simplicity bearable.
Sidney Lumet’s 12 Angry Men remains a masterpiece.
“I hope that people become investigators of their own history, and do not take everything at face value.”
– CHEVALIER screenwriter Stefani Robinson
Chevalier is an emotional, music-filled 18th-century roller-coaster ride, and while watching it, my heart overflowed with pleasure from first frame to last.