The latest chapter in the Men in Black series, attempts to reboot the series with new leads and a different location. Unfortunately, Men in Black International is a lifeless recycled piece of IP (intellectual property) that does nothing to push the tired franchise forward.
The sequel to the 2014 reboot of Godzilla, Godzilla: King of the Monsters is a poorly written mess that is nothing more than a studio using proven IP as a quick cash grab.
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.
Netflix’s latest rom-com, The Perfect Date, is an uninspired coming of age story that can be predicted beat for beat just from watching the trailer.
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.
McConaughey takes the bongo drums version of himself to the screen in the biggest box office flop of his career.
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.
Netflix’s latest heist movie Triple Frontier shows promise but ends up settling for the same tropes that all corny military movies have. Your gun loving neighbor will love this one.
Miss Bala finished third in the box office ratings in its opening weekend. Even in a slower movie season this one is not worth your time.
Only weeks removed from Netflix original Birdbox, it’s easy to believe that the people running the streaming service thought Velvet Buzzsaw would cause the same frenzy across the internet. Sadly that was not the case.
Serenity is a hot mess. A mess that not even Mathew Mconaughey could fix. Or his ass, which is on full display for 2019s worst movie thus far.
The follow up to 2000’s Unbreakable and 2016’s Split, Glass is a confused, convoluted mess of a conclusion to a trilogy that should have never happened.