Peppermint was probably about as much fun for Garner to do as it was for her to drive Ben Affleck to rehab.
Kin plays like a failed Quentin Tarantino movie redirected by Robert Rodriguez with a bad script rewrite from James Cameron. It is violent when it needs to be soft and inane when it explains.
The Black Community has been waiting a long time for something as fully representative as Black Panther. So has the MCU.
Operation Finale doesn’t offer up grand revelations just small shocking ones.
A-X-L is a bad dog stuck in a good dog film. It would have been better to make it the AIBO movie.
Director Peter Berg, working with Wahlberg for the fourth time, keeps everything humorlessly direct and savagely bloody.
The Meg is no Jaws but it has enough bite to make it a nice way to spend 115 minutes.
Revenge is a hallucinogenic yellow neon female empowerment tale perfect for the #metoo era.
The Spy Who Dumped Me only works when its smart enough to make it McKinnon’s World.