Disney+’s Luca Review: An Affecting Ode To Summer And An Especially Unique Pixar Film Release Date: Jun 18, 2021 Disney+’s Luca Review While it’s not the studio’s most memorable film, Luca is a delightful combination of feel-good entertainment for all ages.
Netflix's The Ice Road Review: Liam Neeson’s Netflix Action Movie Is A Stone Cold Bummer Release Date: Jun 25, 2021 Netflix's The Ice Road Review While it won’t take up too much of your time, this Liam Neeson action movie runs out of gas quite early, and coasts on fumes to the finish line. Mike Reyes
F9 Review: Disappointing And Shallow, Even By Dumb Fun Standards Release Date: Jun 25, 2021 F9 Review [L]ame and lazy plotting wind up taking a serious toll on the entertainment value, and it becomes actively hard to care about anything because the concept of “stakes” gets thrown out the window. Eric Eisenberg
The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Review: A Hysterically Explosive Comedy That’s Harder, Better, Faster And Sillier Than Its Predecessor Release Date: Jun 16, 2021 The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Review The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard shows that this potentially continuing series is determined to bring spectacle back to the R-rated action comedy. Mike Reyes
In The Heights Review: Jon M. Chu’s Magic Touch Makes This Musical One Of The Year’s Best Films Release Date: Jun 11, 2021 In The Heights Review [I]t’s an absolute joy to say that director Jon M. Chu’s magic touch has made the musical one of the year’s best films. Mike Reyes
Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway Review: The Rabbits Run Away With Another Delightful Children’s Comedy Release Date: Jun 11, 2021 Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway Review [D]elivers the same level of adventure and commentary that those who enjoyed James Corden’s first outing will expect. Mike Reyes
Paramount+’s Infinite Review: Mark Wahlberg’s Sci-Fi Thriller Thinks It’s A Franchise-Starter, But It’s A Big Dud Release Date: Jun 10, 2021 Paramount+’s Infinite Review [I]t coalesces as a convoluted and tired “chosen one” story that inspires an empty performance from Mark Wahlberg and some world-class scenery chewing from Chiwetel Ejiofor. Eric Eisenberg
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Review: A Refreshing Adventure For The Warrens Handcuffed By The True Story Release Date: Jun 04, 2021 The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Review Among the highs and the lows of this franchise, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is a middle-of-the-pack release... Eric Eisenberg
Spirit Untamed Review: Dreamworks’ Latest Is A Dull Lap Around The Kiddie Corral Release Date: Jun 04, 2021 Spirit Untamed Review Spirit Untamed feels like the kind of movie you’d see playing in daycare. Sarah El-Mahmoud
Cruella Review: Emma Stone’s Disney Revenge Story Is Bleeding With Style, Just Not Enough Bite Release Date: May 28, 2021 Cruella Review Emma Stone’s Cruella DeVil provides the delicate balance of sour and sweet the audience needs to follow her story without manipulating movie-goers to actually like a true and storied villain. Sarah El-Mahmoud
A Quiet Place Part II Review: John Krasinski’s Horror Sequel Continues The Story Without Adding Much New Release Date: May 28, 2021 A Quiet Place Part II Review A Quiet Place Part II is lacking in the novelty department, and that by itself makes it a less exciting chapter. Eric Eisenberg
Netflix’s Army Of The Dead Review: Zack Snyder’s Zombie Heist Movie Is Somehow Both Thin And Over-Indulgent Release Date: May 21, 2021 Netflix’s Army Of The Dead Review [I]nstead of engaging with anything new and interesting it puts its heavy focus on the well-worn material and paper thin characters. Eric Eisenberg
Those Who Wish Me Dead Review: Angelina Jolie's Firefighter Thriller Will Leave You Cold Release Date: May 14, 2021 Those Who Wish Me Dead Review My expectations for a new Taylor Sheridan movie were very high, so I’m harshly judging a movie that’s merely fine because I know Sheridan is capable of so much more. Sean O'Connell