The Forever Purge also puts the minority members of its cast front and center, their steadfast heroism a call to action to stand up against fascism, extremist ideology and racist violence worth listening to.
The Tomorrow War is as forgettable as it is disappointing.
Fear Street Part 1: 1994 is an absolute blast. Janiak begins her trilogy with a bang, and I for one cannot wait to see how deep the roots of Sarah Fier’s evil runs underneath Shadyside.
When talking about An Unquiet Grave it’s best to be as vague as possible.
Werewolves Within is going to go down as one of my favorite films of 2021.
F9 takes the saga to a place that’s out of this world, and even that wasn’t enough to maintain my interest for all 145 minutes.
The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard didn’t do much that I’d consider worthwhile, shooting far too many blanks and frequently missing the target the few times a live round was loaded into the chamber.
Some movies exist as if solely to make the viewer feel good. They’re not masterpieces. That’s Luca, and that’s wonderful.
In the Heights is an epic celebration of humanity I’ll be thinking about for the remainder of 2021.