A rather disheartening attempt at a father-of-the-bride rom-com that squanders the comedic efforts of Adam Sandler and Chris Rock.
Marvel’s biggest film yet in their MCU Ibombards you with action and spectacle and may require a return to the theater for a second helping.
Famous French feminist Ovidie pulls back the curtain on the adult film industry and the international cartels now controlling it via the internet in this fascinating and authentic view of an oft misunderstood business.
Sex trafficking, a traumatized veteran, and brutal violence work as the backdrop for Joaquin Phoenix’s powerhouse performance in this riveting thriller.
A tense spy-thriller that creates a realistic tale of war-torn Beirut in the 1970s and 1980s
A chilling dystopian horror/thriller starring Emily Blunt and John Krasinski wherein a family is forced to live their life in silence as they hide out from mysterious creatures that hunt by sound.
‘Ready Player One’ is a sumptuous visual feast that needs to be seen on the largest screen you can find.
The low budget may hinder the film somewhat, but the taut direction and wonderful performances from the leads will keep genre fans engaged in this intelligent sci-fi film.
This latest Netflix Original film is ultimately a disappointing comedy-thriller that fails to live up to the promise of this team’s hit ‘Workaholics’ and is too heavily reliant on frat comedy pranks and d**k jokes.
A well-balanced documentary that addresses the disturbing and all too pervasive problem with Adderall and other prescription stimulants that has become deeply rooted in contemporary American society.