The Flash plays a little better the second time around, but I still found it’s main issues impossible to overlook. It’s a mixed bag, entertaining in spurts, but never consistently.
Bottoms is a riotous assault on the status quo, making this Queer gem of revolutionary bedlam a sex-positive sensation that grabbed me by the jugular and refused to let go.
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.
Christopher Lee battles the Angel of Death and other supernatural adversaries in Hammer’s essential The Devil Rides Out
Blue Beetle has a distinctive creative voice that triumphantly needs to be heard.
Strays pawed its way into my heart, and I’m not even that much of a dog lover.
The Last Voyage of the Demeter is a great deal of insidious fun, and I have a sneaky suspicion that my fondness for it will only grow as I return to it again and again over the coming years.
While there are undeniable instances of magic, there are just as many unintentionally laughable ones right along with them.
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.