Promising Young Woman Review: Come For The Phenomenal Carey Mulligan Performance, Stay For The Stunning Directorial Debut Release Date: Dec 25, 2020 Promising Young Woman Review Promising Young Woman is more than just clever; it’s vicious.
HBO Max’s Locked Down Review: Anne Hathaway And Chiwetel Ejiofor Are Darkly Hilarious In Clever Heist Film Release Date: Jan 15, 2021 HBO Max’s Locked Down Review [I]t’s brought to life by two incredible performances from Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor that are both hilarious and emotional. Eric Eisenberg
Hulu’s The Ultimate Playlist Of Noise Review: A Standard Coming Of Age Drama With Cute, Emotional Moments Release Date: Jan 15, 2021 Hulu’s The Ultimate Playlist Of Noise Review Stylistic shortcomings aside, The Ultimate Playlist Of Noise does have an interesting story to tell, though it also won’t hit you with any massive surprises Eric Eisenberg
Netflix’s Outside The Wire Review: A Messy But Cool Sci-Fi Thriller With Kick-Ass Anthony Mackie Action Release Date: Jan 15, 2021 Netflix’s Outside The Wire Review When it’s not getting in the weeds with its own plot, it’s an exciting addition to the cinematic sci-fi canon, and does a laudable job leaving the audience with some big questions to ponder. Eric Eisenberg
News Of The World Review: Tom Hanks Sets Out On A Bold And Fun Western Adventure Release Date: Dec 25, 2020 News Of The World Review While Captain Kidd is a character who has seen combat, the greatest weapon he possesses is his charisma, wit, and gravitas, and nobody delivers that like [Tom] Hanks. Eric Eisenberg
Wonder Woman 1984 Review: An Excellent Pair Of Villains Makes The DCEU Sequel Soar Higher Than Its Predecessor Release Date: Dec 25, 2020 Wonder Woman 1984 Review [T]he sequel has a stronger, more original story that beautifully gets at the heart of what’s important about the character... Eric Eisenberg
Disney+'s Soul Review: A Masterful Meditation On Life's Accomplishments That Will Enrich Your Soul Release Date: Dec 25, 2020 Disney+'s Soul Review It’s vintage Pixar, and is guaranteed to be one of this year’s greatest films. Sean O'Connell
Amazon’s One Night In Miami Review: An Absolute Knockout Blessed With Four Terrific Performances Release Date: Dec 25, 2020 Amazon’s One Night In Miami Review Regina King’s fluid presentation of the stage play’s complicated ideas helps One Night in Miami sing with a vibrancy and an urgency that precious few other films released this year can boast. Sean O'Connell
Netflix’s The Midnight Sky Review: George Clooney Directs A Pretty But Shallow Sci-Fi Drama Release Date: Dec 23, 2020 Netflix’s The Midnight Sky Review [I]t’s a tired drama built on familiar story beats that, in retrospect, is rendered occasionally nonsensical in moments thanks to its bad twist ending. Eric Eisenberg
Greenland Review: This Disaster Movie Isn’t A Total Disaster, But It’s Close Release Date: Dec 18, 2020 Greenland Review Greenland limps to the finish line with a finale that wouldn’t have been so frustrating if the movie hadn’t shown itself capable of more. Dirk Libbey
Monster Hunter Review: A Surprisingly Exciting Adventure To Help End 2020 Release Date: Dec 18, 2020 Monster Hunter Review Devotee and non-fan alike should be able to enjoy this surprisingly exciting adventure that’s dedicated to help end 2020 on a high, monster slaying note. Mike Reyes
Netflix’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Review: Chadwick Boseman And Viola Davis Are Phenomenal In A Cinematic Gut Punch Release Date: Dec 18, 2020 Netflix’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Review Right from the outset [Chadwick Boseman's] charisma is hypnotic... but the conflict of the story grinds him down, and the emotional transformation is stunning. Eric Eisenberg
Songbird Review: A Slick Looking Pandemic Thriller That Sings Flat Release Date: Dec 11, 2020 Songbird Review The blunt delivery of its message avoids being crass, but it also skips over being interesting. Mike Reyes