Barbie is akin to Joe Camel espousing the virtues of a healthy lifestyle.
AUTHOR Rich Heimlich
I love movies, tech, politics, games and more. I've been writing professionally since 1985 and, thankfully, have worked with some of the best editors in the business. I'm also a proud member of the Philadelphia Film Critics Circle and the Broadcast Film Critics Association (Critics Choice Awards).
A masterwork that stands head and shoulders above Nolan’s already-impressive past catalogue.
This installment delivers more chuckles than all six past films combined.
Serves as a raucously rousing send-off for both its iconic character and main star.
Asteroid City is as flat and unremarkable as its surrounding landscape.
The Little Mermaid is a surprising, heartfelt father-daughter tearjerker.
Vol. 3 is overly dark, overly busy and often overly dull.
Like a detailed treatise on the Holocaust, summarizing it as a great example in character building.
The adventure and adrenaline are the stars, and here, they’re as bright as anything else put out this year.
The world hasn’t seen this kind of dedication to organization since the Nazis stormed into Poland.
Time and again, Aftersun teases a large reveal only to end up in the most boring of all possible endings.