With non-stop action, quick witted scripting, and a very happy Chris Evans playing the villain to Ryan Gosling’s hero, The Gray Man pulls no punches.
Paws of Fury: The Legend of Hank is a pleasant enough time-waster for kids and adults alike, but it's not going to be nearly as memorable for a younger generation as its inspiration.
The movie features terrific performances from a brilliant ensemble cast and a surprising and excellent blend of tones that see it shift seamlessly from hilarious to freaky to heartfelt.
Even Joey King’s devoted fans are bound to be amazed, as her days in rom-coms like The Kissing Booth series feel like they are left in the dust from what she does in The Princess.
Minions: The Rise of Gru is a slog that tests the borders of franchise fatigue, bawdy family humor, and above all else, patience.
Popular culture has evolved a great deal since the 1990s, but the perversion, lazy double-entendres, and lacking attention spans are all as giggle-inducing as ever.
The Black Phone is everything you want in a horror movie: terrifying, thrilling, and with an ending you won't forget.
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