Frozen II succeeds as a brand extension for Disney, but limps over the line as a movie in its own right.
Knives Out is a classic whodunit, defined by plentiful lies and a ludicrous set of twists and turns engulfing its oversized characters.
For about forty minutes, 21 Bridges is a compelling film.
Though well-intended, Ford v Ferrari’s insistence on old-fashioned filmmaking means it trades any insights for entertainment.
Dark Fate is, in my book, the best attempt to continue the Terminator franchise since 1991. It’s a shame that it just happens to be dead on arrival.
The ideas are all there, but they’re wrapped up in a clumsily-configured storyline let down by its clichéd characterisations.
3 From Hell is that it doesn’t really have a substantial enough idea to justify returning to a decade-old franchise.
There’s nothing especially original about neo-slasher The Furies, but its purity sets it apart.
Halloween is only days away, and what better way to celebrate the occasion with a bevy of horror films at this year’s iteration of Monster Fest?
This is mostly an excuse for Michelle Williams and Julianne Moore to flex their acting muscles.