Kids may have the time of their lives watching The Super Mario Bros. Movie, but for most adults, this is game over.
Spinning Gold is a disaster.
Rolling the dice on Dungeons & Dragons: Honor Among Thieves is the way to go.
Bringing Up Baby: Childhood memories, “third grandmothers,” and celebrating the 85th birthday of an essential Grant-Hepburn screwball classic
A Good Person adds schmaltz where it does not belong, and instead of observational distance that could further humanize the events Allison and the others are confronting, Braff forces ghastly treacle down the viewer’s throat.
John Wick: Chapter 4 hits everything it targets with lethal precision.
Dragonslayer has withstood the test of time beautifully. This is a magnificent fantasy adventure that, once considered a box office disappointment, has over the decades become nothing short of a bona fide cinematic classic.
Inside is a perplexing descent into the unknown, and whether or not this madness is art (or the art is madness) is purely in the eye of the beholder.
Everyone who got a kick out of the low stakes, self-contained storytelling and goofily juvenile antics on display in 2019’s Shazam! will likely be equally satisfied with its sequel, Shazam! Fury of the Gods.