Cargo wants to be a unique zombie movie set in Australia, but fails to deliver the precious cargo. While still having some redeemable qualities, the missed opportunities in this Netflix original film are too many to overlook.
Deadpool is back in a zany sequel that’s more meta than ever with tons of pop culture references. It’s a hilarious and heartfelt ride as Ryan Reynolds continues to play the role of his life with astounding comedy and envious charisma.
Jason Reitman and Diablo Cody reteam for another darkly humorous drama starring Charlize Theron. Mackenzie Davis puts in a stellar performance as the titular Tully and Reitman gets back on track with a solid addition to his filmography.
Kodachrome is a Netflix original movie about redemption and reparations in a damaged father-son relationship. We talk about what it takes to forgive family, parental responsibility, and what goes unsaid in sex.
Here it is, folks. What we’ve all been waiting for. Avengers: Infinity War is the culmination of eighteen films in the MCU and it doesn’t disappoint. Rousing action, breakneck pacing, and stakes to infinity make this the best film in the MCU thus far.
You Were Never Really Here is a film that hits hard and lasts long. Lynne Ramsey’s assured yet spontaneous direction is a perfect outlet for an unforgettable performance by Joaquin Phoenix in a movie that doesn’t shy away from darkness.
Rampage is your run of the mill action flick starring Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Tune in for some monkeying around where we took a less serious approach than usual.
Isle of Dogs, it’s the island of misfit toys if it were set in a cat-centric, totalitarian Japan.
In his directorial debut A Quiet Place, John Krasinski delivers a solid horror film with an original idea delivering thrill after thrill in a film full of heart.
In a sequel to the moderately successful Pacific Rim, Uprising mostly misses the mark, aside from some goofy entertainment and comedic relief at the behest of Charlie Day.