Ant-Man and the Wasp is at its best when it stays just the right size.
King of Peking (streaming on Netflix) proves that the best buddy films are created by fathers and sons.
Uncle Drew can’t help to come off looking like a Harlem Globetrotters highlight reel. After all, the glorified exhibition tourney is their to show these stars love of the game.
The movie is a poignant and satisfying album full of sweet times, bittersweet encounters and smart riffs on the awareness of talent subsumed to a secure future.
Yes, it is a mess, but families are messy also. The best of them are also near super duper.
All the Ocean films do share the fact that their star powered casts are there to have fun, cash a paycheck– and if luck be a lady, make a good movie. The con is that is they convince the audience of the same.
Set It Up is so smart that it almost attains singularity, just not enough for the average Netflix viewer to be unchill with it.
Tag is one of those movies
that is much better than it has any right to be.