Palmer (2021) Review

Chris Carter

Palmer (2021) Review

Palmer (2021) Review

Justin Timberlake, ever the surprise, gives a heart and soul to Palmer that doesn’t always come across in the script.
One Night in Miami (2020) Review 1

One Night in Miami (2020) Review

Regina King has already shown her prowess with directing TV, but with One Night in Miami, she proves that she has a future in film too.
The Little Things (2021) Review 3

The Little Things (2021) Review

The Little Things feels like an early 2000s popcorn cop flick, and nothing more.
Pieces of a Woman (2020) Review 6

Pieces of a Woman (2020) Review

Despite some shaky soapy ground, Vanessa Kirby pulls a rabbit out of a hat with Pieces of a Woman.
Lupin III: The First (2019) Review 2

Lupin III: The First (2019) Review

Lupin III: The First is a shaky Lupin story at times, but the animation style is wonderful, and balks the uncanny valley feeling of many other computer animated films.
Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) Review 6

Wonder Woman 1984 (2020) Review

Wonder Woman 1984’s cast occasionally deliver moving moments, but are ultimately held back by a messy script.
Soul (2020) Review 4

Soul (2020) Review

Soul is a wonderful and pointed film, and a reminder of what Pixar can really do.
The Prom (2020) Review 5

The Prom (2020) Review

The Prom is a decent adaptation of the witty and fun Broadway musical.
Hillbilly Elegy (2020) Review 1

Hillbilly Elegy (2020) Review

JD Vance tries to navigate his potential new law career and his dysfunctional family across state and poverty lines in Hillbilly Elegy.
The Croods: A New Age Review 1

The Croods: A New Age (2020) Review

Nic Cage is going to keep on keepin’ on. This man will never stop making movies. His soul will forever dance. I will keep watching him. Although Cage isn’t the sole focus of the sequel to The Croods, he’s a big part of why it’s not a disaster. Since I’m willing to bet there are […]

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