Latest Movie Reviews


Soul (2020) Review 4
Dec 21, 2020
Beautiful like a jazz solo

Soul (2020) Review

Soul is a wonderful and pointed film, and a reminder of what Pixar can really do.

The Prom (2020) Review 5
Dec 14, 2020
Late, but fashionably so

The Prom (2020) Review

The Prom is a decent adaptation of the witty and fun Broadway musical.

Promising Young Woman (2020) Review 5
Dec 14, 2020
The bleakest movie of the year is awash in pastel pink

Promising Young Woman (2020) Review

This year’s bleakest movie is a sunshiny pastel pink horror comedy. Promising Young Woman calls out the culture conducive to sexual violence and subverts rape revenge with a wink emoji.

Hillbilly Elegy (2020) Review 1
Dec 8, 2020
An elegy to messy filmmaking

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.

Batman: Death in the Family (2020) Review 6
Dec 2, 2020
Holy Bat-ersnatch, Jason

Batman: Death in the Family (2020) Review

DC’s interactive Blu-ray has you endure tortures of the Bat family, finally revealing what might have happened if 1988 Bat-fans opted for Jason to be spared.

The Croods: A New Age Review 1
Nov 23, 2020
Great cast, stone age premise

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 Croo…

Ashens and the Polybius Heist (2020) Review 4
Nov 19, 2020
A leap from POPstations to the Polybius

Ashens and the Polybius Heist (2020) Review

Ashens and the Polybius Heist will fair better as a standalone movie, but will most definitely please fans of the original and those who enjoy that distinct, Ashens humour that has propelled Stewar…

Run (2020) Review 6
Nov 16, 2020
The unrelenting fright of a mother who’s your number one fan

Run (2020) Review

Run is a nail-bitingly intense and refreshing take on the horror flick with a disabled protagonist that centers on the heroism of a woman who is anything but bound.

Freaky (2020) Review 5
Nov 12, 2020
Eat your heart out, Rob Schneider

Freaky (2020) Review

In Freaky, Vince Vaughn and Kathryn Newton sell this kooky caper with a good balance of horror and comedy.


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