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.
How It Ends is one of those post apocalyptic movies that test one’s patience for the unanswerable.
Any hopes that Artificial Intelligence might achieve greatness, humanity or even some kind of non-revolutionary singularity are dashed by the averageness of AI movies. Tau, a Netflix sci-fi original, proves that garbage in garbage out not only makes buggy code …
The Endless, a sci-fi/horror cross blend, starring and directed by Justin Benson and Aaron Moorehead, manages to make its supernatural loopiness credible by grounding it all in a recognizable sibling drama.
Foul mouth and over confident gangsters, international female assassins, domestic hit men with fuckup siblings, kingpins with hot triggered heirs that have daddy inferiority complexes, a city in riot mode, and Dave Bautista channeling Drax 2X, make for an over …