Godzilla Vs. Kong Review: Not Much Of A Franchise Capstone, But Definitely A Cool Monster Movie Release Date: Mar 31, 2021 Godzilla Vs. Kong Review It’s certainly not going to convert anyone who doesn’t already take pleasure in the storied genre, but those with an open mind will find plenty to appreciate.
Netflix’s Thunder Force Review: An Original Superhero Comedy That Is Neither Original Nor Comedic Release Date: Apr 09, 2021 Netflix’s Thunder Force Review It takes forever to actually get going... and then when it does finally go fishing for a plot it winds up reeling in a boot. Eric Eisenberg
Voyagers Review: Lord Of The Flies In Space Never Leaves Its Orbit Release Date: Apr 09, 2021 Voyagers Review [W]hen Voyagers enters its second half it becomes more of a tired arguing match than an intriguing commentary. Sarah El-Mahmoud
Netflix’s Concrete Cowboy Review: Idris Elba’s Urban Western Manages To Feel Both Familiar And Fresh Release Date: Apr 02, 2021 Netflix’s Concrete Cowboy Review [W]hile it has a mostly traditional way about getting [its] messages across, the 30 percent that makes it stand out as unique counts for a lot. Eric Eisenberg
Nobody Review: Intense, Brutal Action Can’t Make Up For A Messy Screenplay Release Date: Mar 26, 2021 Nobody Review What starts out as interesting devolves into contrived and haphazard... Eric Eisenberg
The Courier Review: Benedict Cumberbatch Makes A Great Ordinary Man In Extraordinary Circumstances Release Date: Mar 19, 2021 The Courier Review Benedict Cumberbatch’s turn in The Courier is a particularly fascinating one, if not simply because of its effectiveness in showcasing a key depth in the star’s talent. Eric Eisenberg
HBO Max’s Zack Snyder's Justice League Review: DC Finally Knocks It Out Of The Park, Delivering A Definitive Experience Release Date: Mar 18, 2021 HBO Max’s Zack Snyder's Justice League Review Fans who have been waiting for this moment can rejoice, but there’s a good chance that some additional converts will be made along the way as well. Mike Reyes
Amazon's Coming 2 America Review: Nostalgia Is Not Enough To Justify This Too-Safe Sequel Release Date: Mar 05, 2021 Amazon's Coming 2 America Review [T]his tepid attempt to rekindle our interest in the series limps along on a rotating cycle of “Remember this?” gags and too-serious subplots. Sean O'Connell
Disney+'s Raya And The Last Dragon Review: A Brand New Disney Masterpiece Release Date: Mar 05, 2021 Disney+'s Raya And The Last Dragon Review Whether watched on the big screen, or streaming in one's living room, Raya and the Last Dragon simply needs to be seen. Period. Dirk Libbey
Chaos Walking Review: Tom Holland And Daisy Ridley Light Up Overcast Dystopian Thriller Release Date: Mar 05, 2021 Chaos Walking Review Doug Liman’s take on the bestselling and award-winning book is an introspective thriller that prioritizes its concept over action and dazzle. Sarah El-Mahmoud
Netflix’s Moxie Review: Amy Poehler’s Progressive Coming Of Age Movie Is Sweet But Familiar Release Date: Mar 03, 2021 Netflix’s Moxie Review Its aims are positive, but the results are mediocre. Eric Eisenberg
Hulu’s The United States Vs. Billie Holiday Review: A Scattered Biopic That Hangs On A Great Lead Performance Release Date: Feb 26, 2021 Hulu’s The United States Vs. Billie Holiday Review The United States vs. Billie Holiday doesn’t so much feel like a film based on a screenplay as much as it does a series of index cards pinned to a corkboard. Eric Eisenberg
Apple TV+'s Cherry Review: A Grounded, Somber Tour-De-Force For Tom Holland Release Date: Feb 26, 2021 Apple TV+'s Cherry Review Mentally prepare yourself for the weight of the baggage, because Cherry will land on you like a sack of bricks. Sean O'Connell