‘Glass’ is a fitting end to this trilogy of non-traditional heroes/villains living in the real world.
Karyn Kusama’s ‘Destroyer’ is an almost nihilistic neo-noir cop thriller with some dark secrets.
Tediousness aside, the film works on many levels and is a great experiment should Netflix continue with the gimmick of viewer interactivity with its streaming platform.
Mary Queen of Scots is a dull period epic with its only saving graces Saoirse Ronan and Margot Robbie in the lead roles.
If you’re interested in more recent history of political figureheads then ‘Vice’ may be right up your alley.
This moody new Netflix film has some fine acting but fails to deliver a concrete supernatural thriller
Basically a YA steampunk version of ‘Star Wars’ that may not be accessible to mainstream audiences
A modern day masterpiece that will no-doubt be regarded as one of the best films of all time in the coming years
‘Into the Spider-Verse’ fires up on all cylinders for one exciting and visually breathtaking film.
A fictionalized account of the love between the lady in waiting to Queen Anne and a servant girl in early 18th century England has riveting performances, costumes, and solid direction.