Inspired by his parent’s relationship, director Pawel Pawlikowski tells the story of a relationship between a musical director and a singer, set in the late 1940s in Poland.
Stan & Ollie tells the comeback story of one of Hollywood’s classic comedic duos, well after their 15 minutes of fame is up.
Free Solo is the story of how Alex Honnold attempts to do the impossible. A Story that is both crazy and beautiful.
Destroyer is interesting enough for anyone’s time. Kidman is great, the story has its turns, but ultimately, it isn’t a movie we’ll be talking about next year.
Perfect Strangers is nearly perfect. It’s funny, charming, and modern. Perfect Strangers may not live up to “Perfect” status, but it does live up to “powerful” status.
On the Basis of Sex does not rewrite the formula on biopics but it does deliver an important story that changed history. Once it hits DVD I expect every high school history teacher picks it up to show in class for years to come.
Saoirse and Margot shine as two queens in the midst of a political shitshow that would make 2016 feel like a trip to Disneyland.
Jason Momoa stars as the bro version of Aquaman. He wears biker clothes, chugs beer, and fights with his shirt off 95 percent of the time. Your sports talk radio host would describe him simply as BADASS.
Ralph Breaks The Internet is a a joy-filled, fun movie. Rich Moore is finding his place in the animation world. This is another result of him showing us, he will be here for awhile.
Michael Scott has seen better days. Welcome to Marwen is a mess of a film. And something to be avoided in any situation.
Three Identical Strangers is emotional and Terrifying. Director Tim Wardle tells this story by unwrapping the twists and turns in a gradual way that grabs your attention and holds you there.
The new Jennifer Lopez rom-com is underwelming and extremely forgetable. As the years go by J-Lo gives us more and more terrible romantic comedies. Add Second Act to that list.