The Peanut Butter Falcon is the most charming movie of the year so far. With that being said, it’s Shia LaBeouf’s performance that ties this film all together. HE’S BACK!
Crawl is like throwing Jaws, Snakes on A Plane, and the state of Florida into a blender, and seeing what happens.
We need a little more Always Be My Maybe, and a lot less of Tripple Frontier from Netflix.
Booksmart is one of the best movies of the year. The box Office numbers don’t give this movie justice. Olivia Wilde showed us what a coming of age film should look like in 2019.
Somehow in 2019 a movie starring Ryan Reynolds as a CGI Pokémon was made. Even more unexplainable is that the movie was decent. How did we get here?
Long Shot is led by a few great performances, and an even better script. The use of politics is always a risk, in Long Shot that risk was worth taking.
The Vince Vaughn career path is one of the most interesting ones in Hollywood. The Rom-com king has now gone completely off the rails for the second time with director Craig Zahler.
The Silence must of thought enough time has passed since the release of 2018’s A Quiet Place. Sadly, that is not the case. Lets leave the quiet horror films to Jim.
The formula of Larson and Samuel L. Jackson is tough to imagine. The fit seems like it would be unnatural, but the two make it work. As for Larson as a director, Unicorn Store shows us her future is bright behind the camera.
The Highwaymen is another example of Netflix using big names to crank out trash movies. The powerhouse streaming service has gone from Velvet Buzzsaw, to Triple Frontier, and now to this. Three movies and six hours of my life I wish I had back.
Georg is a lonely man who is trying to flea the Nazi take over. As the movie progresses the sloppy storytelling and under developed plot make the viewer wish Georg would get captured so we could get on with our day.
Drugs, family, tradition, and greed. Colombia’s submission for best foreign language film, Birds of Passage, has everything you want in a drug epic.