Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness delivers two hours of fun with plenty for both Marvel and Sam Raimi fans to celebrate.
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.
Spider-Man: No Way Home introduces a more mature Peter Parker as he deals with the consequences of his actions as Spider-Man.
Dune is a bit lengthy, hangs on shots and scenes too long and doesn’t do a great job explaining things, yet I loved every last second of it.
The bumps along the way quickly disappear in the rearview mirror, leaving you alone to enjoy the rest of the ride.
Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings introduces new characters, offers them a chance to save the world and prepares them for what will come along down the line.
Free Guy appeals to both hard-core enthusiasts and casual gamers alike with an inviting setting where you’ll want to plop your avatar, uh, yourself for a couple of hours.
The Green Knight is visual masturbation masquerading as cinematic entertainment.
Jungle Cruise presents both adventure and constant danger at a level much higher and more engaging than the work of even the best Disney skippers.