Nope, yet again, will have audiences discussing the meaning and details of a Jordan Peele film for a long time
it’s all just too thin by the third, and no connection, stakes, or ideas have been substantially built
there’s next to nothing to grab onto, besides the charismatic lead performance
It takes an unflinching, scathing look at the realities of this now all-too-common occurrence
On the Count of Three comes across as brutally honest and raw storytelling.
Sometimes it’s nice to see the world through someone else’s eyes.
I always enjoy movies that are wholly earnest, while also having substance and excitement to provide
Scream (2022) is much less clever than it thinks it is.
The Black Phone is a mostly effective horror-thriller.
Since Lightyear simply turned out to be a corporate product designed to trigger nostalgia and sell merchandise