The style of Men is undeniable and will either immediately appeal to or put off its audience.
Downton Abbey: A New Era is sappier than a forest full of maples.
Firestarter feels modern and gritty in its approach and still provides the same thrills that you would expect from one of Stephen King’s creations.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness delivers two hours of fun with plenty for both Marvel and Sam Raimi fans to celebrate.
Memory stands out from the other Liam Neeson action movies because it finally addresses how age affects even the deadliest among us.
The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent suffocates amid the challenge of its central stunt casting and doesn’t approach the level of crazy that you expect until too late.
The Northman drew me in from the beginning and never let up with its mixture of drama, brutal violence and realistic settings.
Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore substitutes politics and tyrannical behavior for the fun creatures and captivating missions to transform this experience into a double bore.
Everything Everywhere All At Once is The Matrix for a new generation.
The Outfit squeezes every ounce of ambience from its seemingly limited surroundings.
Scream entertains by not straying too far from the same old formula, but this retread didn’t wow or surprise me in the least.