Reviews

Scoob! Review!: Scooby-Doo And The Gang Get A Cute, Fun Update Release Date: May 15, 2020 Scoob! Review!: Scooby-Doo And The Gang Get A Cute, Fun Update It’s not spectacular or groundbreaking, but it is fun...
Netflix’s The Lovebirds Review: Kumail Nanjiani And Issa Rae Make A Wonderful, Hilarious Pair Release Date: May 22, 2020 Netflix’s The Lovebirds Review: Kumail Nanjiani And Issa Rae Make A Wonderful, Hilarious Pair It's a winner. Eric Eisenberg
Capone Review: A Tour-De-Force Tom Hardy Performance Carries This Irregular Gangster Pic Release Date: May 12, 2020 Capone Review: A Tour-De-Force Tom Hardy Performance Carries This Irregular Gangster Pic [T]he polar opposite of a conventional gangster picture, featuring an engrossing tour-de-force performance from Tom Hardy in the lead role. Sean O'Connell
Netflix's Extraction Review: Chris Hemsworth Lends A Soul To This Relentless Shoot-Em-Up Actioner Release Date: Apr 24, 2020 Netflix's Extraction Review: Chris Hemsworth Lends A Soul To This Relentless Shoot-Em-Up Actioner With Extraction, one gets the sense that the Chris Hemsworth watched The Raid, or Keanu Reeves’ John Wick series, and thought, “Why not me?” Sean O'Connell
Trolls World Tour Review: Please Stop The Feeling Release Date: Apr 10, 2020 Trolls World Tour Review: Please Stop The Feeling Someone please pinkie promise this will be the last Trolls movie. Mike Reyes
Disney+'s Dolphin Reef Review: The Prettiest Thing On The Disney Streaming Service Release Date: Apr 03, 2020 Disney+'s Dolphin Reef Review: The Prettiest Thing On The Disney Streaming Service Considering that right now a lot of us are stuck inside, perhaps there's no better time to take a look at the world around us through the movie – though it may leave you even more frustrated you can't go outside. Dirk Libbey
Netflix’s Uncorked Review: A Refreshing Drama That Couldn’t Have Come At A Better Time Release Date: Mar 27, 2020 Netflix’s Uncorked Review: A Refreshing Drama That Couldn’t Have Come At A Better Time In his feature film writing/directing debut, Prentice Penny has distinguished himself as a talent that should also be watched carefully from this moment forward. Mike Reyes
I Still Believe Review: Belief An Audience Will Accept A Movie On Faith Alone Release Date: Mar 13, 2020 I Still Believe Review: Belief An Audience Will Accept A Movie On Faith Alone Even if you removed all the elements that might alienate a large part of the audience for I Still Believe, you'd still be left with a mediocre, formulaic, messy, movie. Dirk Libbey
Bloodshot Review: Vin Diesel's Interesting Sci-Fi Hampered By Terrible CGI Release Date: Mar 13, 2020 Bloodshot Review: Vin Diesel's Interesting Sci-Fi Hampered By Terrible CGI The film eventually caves to a barrage of ludicrous plot turns that muddy almost every character motivation, as well as a series of terrible-looking CGI fights. Sean O'Connell
Disney+'s Stargirl Review: A Story About Being Unique Is One We've Seen Before Release Date: Mar 13, 2020 Disney+'s Stargirl Review: A Story About Being Unique Is One We've Seen Before Stargirl isn't bad; it's just lacking in any feeling of creativity due to its strict adherence to a tired formula. Dirk Libbey
The Hunt Review: A Sharp, Even-Handed Satire That’s Also Gory Fun Release Date: Mar 13, 2020 The Hunt Review: A Sharp, Even-Handed Satire That’s Also Gory Fun [A] smart, even-handed satire that plays no favorites when poking fun... Eric Eisenberg
Onward Review: Like The Film's Fantasy World, There's A Lack In Magic Release Date: Mar 06, 2020 Onward Review: Like The Film's Fantasy World, There's A Lack In Magic [T]he film never finds an avenue to fully capitalize on its strong premise, and feels undercooked in a very un-Pixar way. Eric Eisenberg
The Way Back Review: An Emotional Tale Of Redemption And Recovery Release Date: Mar 06, 2020 The Way Back Review: An Emotional Tale Of Redemption And Recovery Some of the tropes you’d expect to see play out in either a story of personal redemption or sporting triumph are missing, and in their place are well earned events that better serve a more dramatically rich and believable version of what seems like a familiar narrative. Mike Reyes