An American Pickle (2020) Review

Chris Carter


An American Pickle (2020) Review 5

An American Pickle (2020) Review

An American Pickle is often short on laughs, but it has more than enough heart to compensate.
Train To Busan Presents: Peninsula (2020) Review 2

Train to Busan Presents: Peninsula (2020) Review

Peninsula is a wacky standalone sequel that doesn’t quite manage to marry camp and drama in a meaningful way.
The Rental (2020) Review 7

The Rental (2020) Review

Dave Franco has a decent career ahead of him based on his horror-fest directorial debut of The Rental.
My Spy (2020) Review 5

My Spy (2020) Review

My Spy is both sappy and occasionally clever, led by two charismatic and likable leads.
Palm Springs (2020) Review 4

Palm Springs (2020) Review

Andy Samberg and Cristin Milioti bring gravitas to a silly-but-totally-works premise in Palm Spring.
Greyhound (2020) Review 4

Greyhound (2020) Review

Tom Hanks is as enigmatic as ever in Greyhound, amid a sometimes tepid and generic script.
Hamilton (2020) Review 1

Hamilton (2020) Review

Hamilton as a production may have flaws, but this adaptation is a great way to experience it, and I hope more plays follow suit.
The Vast Of Night (2019) Review 1

The Vast of Night (2019) Review

More than just a sci-fi romp, The Vast of Night transports you to a believable world.
Eurovision Song Contest: The Story Of Fire Saga (2020) Review 6

Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga (2020) Review

There aren’t enough laughs to last a full two hours, but Eurovision Song Contest has heart.
Shirley (2020) Review 5

Shirley (2020) Review

Moss is mesmerizing as usual, but quite a bit of Shirley is much ado about nothing when she’s not on screen.


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