I.S.S. asks several troubling and unpleasant questions, and the film refuses to make things easy on the audience by smothering them in obvious or easy answers.
Oscar winner Ariana DeBose and director Gabriela Cowperthwaite blur the lines between science fiction and science fact with the timely I.S.S.
Bella’s liberation in Poor Things is the type of rapturous euphoria we can all learn from.
While maybe the most inconsequential film Marvel has put out into the world (not including a post-credit teaser that is crowd-pleasingly awesome and a little desperate feeling, both at the same time), The Marvels is also one of the fastest paced and most humorously beguiling.
But it is the masterful human saga at The Creator’s center that makes it special, and even if this story isn’t especially innovative, the emotions fueling the action are so intimately satisfying that they lingered with me for hours afterward.
Blue Beetle has a distinctive creative voice that triumphantly needs to be heard.
While there are undeniable instances of magic, there are just as many unintentionally laughable ones right along with them.
Transformers: Rise of the Beasts is arguably the best film with the word “Transformers” in the title.
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse is an instant classic.