Reviews

Bad Boys For Life Review: High-Octane, Hilarious Sequel Is Actually Worth The Wait Release Date: Jan 17, 2020 Bad Boys For Life Review: High-Octane, Hilarious Sequel Is Actually Worth The Wait The anticipated sequel punches hard, drives fast through stylish explosions, cracks sharper-than-expected jokes, and basically celebrates everything that worked about the first two Bad Boys movies.
Dolittle Review: The Doctor Does Very Little To Impress Release Date: Jan 17, 2020 Dolittle Review: The Doctor Does Very Little To Impress It clearly wanted to be something bigger, and it's simply disappointing that it isn't. Dirk Libbey
A Fall From Grace Review: Tyler Perry’s Amusing Thriller Toys With Your Trust Issues Release Date: Jan 17, 2020 A Fall From Grace Review: Tyler Perry’s Amusing Thriller Toys With Your Trust Issues Tyler Perry is playing with your expectations here, sometimes veering into the unpredictable, but often delivering more of the same. Sarah El-Mahmoud
Underwater Review: Unsettling Lovecraftian Horror Keeps A Shallow Plot Afloat. Release Date: Jan 10, 2020 Underwater Review: Unsettling Lovecraftian Horror Keeps A Shallow Plot Afloat. It achieves a memorable and distressing tone immediately, and refuses to let go for the duration of its 95 minute runtime. Braden Roberts
Like A Boss Review: An Empty, Misguided Attempt To Cash In On Social Trends Release Date: Jan 10, 2020 Like A Boss Review: An Empty, Misguided Attempt To Cash In On Social Trends This is a movie built around hashtags, rather than plot points, and it’s just as disposable. Mike Reyes
The Grudge Review: 2020 Is Off To A Rough Start With This Non-Scary Mess Release Date: Jan 03, 2020 The Grudge Review: 2020 Is Off To A Rough Start With This Non-Scary Mess [F]or those who expect more from their horror, it’s an eye roll-inducer. Eric Eisenberg
Spies In Disguise Review: An Animated Surprise Right Before Your Very Eyes Release Date: Dec 25, 2019 Spies In Disguise Review: An Animated Surprise Right Before Your Very Eyes With fast-paced action, light and witty comedy, and some weighty drama added into the recipe, Spies In Disguise is a high flying cocktail of family friendly fun. Mike Reyes
1917 Review: A Spellbinding, Teeth-Gritting Tour Through World War I Release Date: Dec 25, 2019 1917 Review: A Spellbinding, Teeth-Gritting Tour Through World War I Ultimately the story is pretty simple, and there are a couple of contrivances run into along the way, but 1917 primarily exists as a technical achievement, and in that capacity it is a true marvel. Eric Eisenberg
Cats Review: This Memory Might Be Better Off Forgotten Release Date: Dec 20, 2019 Cats Review: This Memory Might Be Better Off Forgotten You won't be able to look away, but you might wish you could forget the "memory" of Cats by the movie's end. Corey Chichizola
Togo Review: Everything Disney+ Movies Should Be Release Date: Dec 20, 2019 Togo Review: Everything Disney+ Movies Should Be While the sleddog race against the clock is exciting, Togo is ultimately a story about connections between characters, both people and animals, and that plays at home. Dirk Libbey
Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker Review: A Disappointing End To The Skywalker Saga Release Date: Dec 20, 2019 Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker Review: A Disappointing End To The Skywalker Saga J.J. Abrams decided to play revisionist with Star Wars: The Rise Of Skywalker, and in doing so created a mess. Eric Eisenberg
6 Underground Review: It’s Messy, But The Job Gets Done Release Date: Dec 13, 2019 6 Underground Review: It’s Messy, But The Job Gets Done It all comes together in the end, as 6 Underground is operating with a higher tally of good ideas versus bad ideas, but as its all playing out it feels consistently on the brink of falling apart. Eric Eisenberg
Richard Jewell Review: A Lifeless Retelling Of An Event That Deserves More Release Date: Dec 13, 2019 Richard Jewell Review: A Lifeless Retelling Of An Event That Deserves More In the end, Richard Jewell the movie has nothing to say beyond the fact that Richard Jewell the man deserved better. Dirk Libbey
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