Guy Ritchie at his old-style best with a story of drug world scheming, double-crossing, and plot twists filled with colorful characters.
A hilarious and electrifying show about the life of famous poet Emily Dickinson that makes the poet appealing to modern (read: young) audiences.
Joaquin Phoenix plays a gritty version of the legendary DC Comics supervillain, as Arthur Fleck, a social pariah in Gotham City who becomes the psychopath we all know.
If Tarantino were to retire right this second this elegy to waning days Hollywood’s Golden Age would be a great picture to go out on.
A fitting end to more than 10 years of Marvel superhero adventures and a terrific final chapter to the MCU.
A great starter kit for those interested in the world of Death Note and the world of shinigami.
‘Death Note: Light up the NEW World’ is an enjoyable enough sequel to the first two films in the popular anime and live action Japanese franchise.
A cyberpunk epic with spectacular 3DCG and motion capture visual effects set in a dystopian future.
‘Happy Death Day 2U’ is not as clever as the first film but it is a worthy sequel to the franchise opener.
‘Glass’ is a fitting end to this trilogy of non-traditional heroes/villains living in the real world.