Barbie is akin to Joe Camel espousing the virtues of a healthy lifestyle.
Asteroid City is as flat and unremarkable as its surrounding landscape.
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 world hasn’t seen this kind of dedication to organization since the Nazis stormed into Poland.
Triangle of Sadness pulls you into its world with the ease of a master hypnotist.
Amsterdam is a plethora of pomp, but little requisite circumstance.
An economy-class ticket has rarely been this entertaining.
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.
Everything Everywhere All At Once is The Matrix for a new generation.
Licorice Pizza establishes the careers of two young actors in their debuts as it slices up its teen romantic comedy into smaller hit-or-miss pieces.