It might only be a minor adjustment to shift a story traditionally centred on teen boys to teen girls, but it makes all the difference.
There’s a gem of a great idea at the heart of Stuber. Specifically, shoving Kumail Nanjiani in the midst of an ‘80s buddy cop film.
Far From Home returns to the easy comedic tone that buoyed the last Spider-Man outing.
Haunted doll Annabelle is a beacon for spirits, so strap in for a whole bunch of ghouls and ghosts once she’s unleashed.
Richard Curtis is clearly a fan of cramming a lot of different stories into one movie. Sadly, that approach leaves Yesterday overstuffed and undercooked.
Murder Mystery anchors itself squarely in modern-day, sad-sack jean shorts Sandler – and it pays off.
Toy Story and Child’s Play were both defining films of my childhood. In very different ways, of course.