This is a powerful film that captures a tipping point in America.
This is a documentary about Action Park in New Jersey, which was known for being a “fun” death trap.
You know what I didn’t need? This movie.
I had no reason to think “Birds of Prey” would work.
It’s a cute but frivolous film that benefits from great music and a cast that’s better than the material.
This appears to be a Bee Gees documentary developed by the Bee Gees.
Shame on me, I suppose, for searching for characters with redeemable qualities in a show set in the world of finance.
“Wonder Woman 1984” needs to be 25 minutes shorter.
There are parts of “Bridesmaids” that are really funny, but the film is a series of set pieces rather than an actual story.
“Justice League” is the third best DC extended universe (DCEU) movie after “Wonder Woman” and “Shazam,” but that’s not saying much.
This documentary digs into the considerable downsides of being a child actor.
Matt Damon and Christian Bale are both very good and the racing scenes are visceral, but the film is too long.
Ah, low expectations. You yield such wonderful surprises.
This is the best season of “Westworld,” but that’s not saying much.
I revisited this film to remember what a circa-1978 blockbuster looked like.
Like the first two “John Wick” movies, the plot in “John Wick 3” is less important than the choreographed violence and the world building.
The stunts are good. The cast is charismatic. The writing is horrible.
“Watchmen” is a fantastic, exciting, thoughtful, and artful show.
I finally got a chance to catch up with the Roy family.
This six-part series looks at the McDonald’s Monopoloy game scandal that broke in 2001.