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.
A rich yet at times sparse thriller that likely will not appeal to traditional tastes
Famed producer J.J. Abrams gets stuck with a sci-fi clunker in this third installment in the Cloverfield franchise, which was released via Netflix amidst a shroud of secrecy as a surprise on Super Bowl Sunday.
The Shape of Water is a modern masterpiece; an unlikely love story that is rewarded with an outstanding script, direction, cast, and cinematography — and it is heart-warming to boot.
An ambitious attempt to create a modern-day world reminiscent of ‘Dungeons & Dragons’ or ‘World of Warcraft’ in which humans, orcs, and elves coexist that has a meandering storyline and less than stellar direction.
This latest Netflix Original film forgoes much of the suspense of the original anime adaptation and Japanese live action TV adaptation of this manga series for teen angst and unlikely twists.
Luc Besson’s visually stunning graphic novel adaptation is an assault on the senses and little else.
Marvel offers up a brilliant reboot of their webslinger franchise with ‘Homecoming’.
This Netflix Original Korean sci-fi thriller borrows from ‘Inception’, but is missing one major component — writer/director Christopher Nolan.
Universal’s first step toward reviving their classic monster movies of yore lives to the B-movie roots with a dreadfully scripted reboot of the more recent ‘Mummy’ franchise.