Bumblebee, an off shoot of the Transformers universe, succeeds because it keeps the mechanisms to a minimum and the heart and soul to a maximum. It is at its best when it leaves the clang-bang Michael Bayness din of the franchise behind and just concentrates on the E.T.-ness of it all, the heartwarming story of…
Spider-Man: Into The Spider Verse by embracing its comic roots, Spider-Man off shoots and echoes is able to become the definitive cinematic version. By not pretending that there have never been other versions of the web slinger it can embrace its alternative versions, integrate them into one vision and storyline, and make a grand Spider-Man…
The meet cute takes a little bit too long for my taste, but the final relationship is one of the great pseudo romantic comedy pairings of 2018.
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.
A-X-L is a bad dog stuck in a good dog film. It would have been better to make it the AIBO movie.
The monolith is everywhere and in everything.
The Meg is no Jaws but it has enough bite to make it a nice way to spend 115 minutes.
Thanos snapping his finger and disposing of half the MCU is the best thing that could happen to those not wanting to sit through another third or fourth iteration of critically lauded and wildly fan applauded Marvel mythology.
Ready Player One may not be Spielberg’s love letter to the movies he adores but it’s a generous mash note to all 1980’s b-movie fans— and that is more than enough.