Bloodshot is a Bon Jovi movie. I call it that because – in every respect – it’s only halfway there.
Though well-intended, Bombshell’s story is simply too big for a feature film runtime.
Bad Boys for Life is often fun, but it wears out its welcome.
If you enjoyed the surprisingly successful Jumanji reboot, you’ll have a lot of fun with this follow-up.
The Gentlemen sees Guy Ritchie return to home turf: posturing gangsters doing gangster shit.
Frozen II succeeds as a brand extension for Disney, but limps over the line as a movie in its own right.
Though well-intended, Ford v Ferrari’s insistence on old-fashioned filmmaking means it trades any insights for entertainment.
Gotta give Good Boys this – it’s one got one hell of a hook.
The Farewell is well-crafted, undeniably, but it’s not for me.
There’s a spark of originality in Burn, though it’s near smothered by its more-than-familiar elements.