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.
The Upside is what happens when Walter White hangs out with Kevin Hart. Something no one wants to see.
Bad acting, little to no character development and a thriller plot that has been done so many times before. Given it’s genre and PG-13 rating, every high school kid in your town will be out on dates trying to cuddle up to their s/o during this generic high-stakes fight-to-survive thriller.
Michael Scott has seen better days. Welcome to Marwen is a mess of a film. And something to be avoided in any situation.
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.
In Ben Is Back, Lucas Hedges does his old man a favor and stars in his lackluster tale of a family dealing with their son’s recovery from drug addiction.
Unfunny old man wise cracks, cocaine, and threesomes. Clint Eastwood successfully made the worst movie of the year with The Mule.
The Favourite is the latest overrated, swing for the fences Oscar film but comes off as boring, slightly disorienting, and mildly funny at best.
The Clovehitch Killer is promising on the surface, but as the movie unfolds it fails to deliver.
“The Front Runner” provides half-baked commentary on Gary Hart’s 1989 presidential bid, which ended due to his inabilty to keep his dick to himself.
After suppressing a truly concerning barrage of homoerotic thoughts brought on by Michael B. Jordan, you’ll find that the second installment of “Black Rocky” is little more than a fan-fiction homage to Rocky IV.
Two-hour medieval epic Outlaw King is Netflix’s attempt to break into Oscar contention this award season.