The Meg Review

Is it truly summer without a killer shark movie? If that question was up to Hollywood, the answer would certainly be no, as there can’t seem to be a year that goes by without some sort of regurgitation of Spielberg’s terrifying classic tearing into theaters. This year’s toothy fish of focus surfaces in The Meg,... Continue Reading →

Eighth Grade Review

Middle school. We’ve all been there. The hormones. The acne. The panicked anxiety. Many of us consider the time frame to be among the most difficult in our lives, since this stage usually packs the worst of puberty’s growing pains as we to transition to adulthood for the first time. Bo Burnham’s directing debut is... Continue Reading →

Christopher Robin Review

Welcome back to the Hundred Acre Wood. In Christopher Robin, the boy with a host of stuffed-animal friends featured in A.A. Milne’s beloved children’s books makes a triumphant return in the first property to bear his namesake. With him, Winnie the Pooh, Piglet, Tigger, and the rest of the gang are back for more adventure... Continue Reading →

Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation Review

It's Halloween during the summer this year as Hotel Transylvania returns for some fun in the sun with Adam Sandler’s Dracula and the rest of his spooky crew heading out on a ghostly cruise to scare up some laughs. If you’ve seen Sony Pictures Animation’s previous installments, then you should know mostly what to expect:... Continue Reading →

Ant-Man and the Wasp Review

After Avengers: Infinity War left the Marvel universe on an incredibly bleak note, the timing couldn’t be better for Paul Rudd’s miniature-sized hero to sneak back in and rescue the mood. Ant-Man and the Wasp may not offer fans many clues following April’s brutal cliffhanger, but what the sequel does deliver on is lighthearted comic relief, zippy... Continue Reading →

Sicario: Day of the Soldado Review

If there is a movie that doesn’t need a sequel, it’s Sicario. As a hard-hitting action/drama with an alarming depiction of the Mexican drug war, the film works perfectly in self-containment. The original was no blockbuster, but with an $85 million global haul against a budget of only $35 million, Lionsgate saw fit to approach... Continue Reading →

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