Continuing to showcase a distinct voice, [Riley Stearns] has made a thought-provoking genre movie and a deadpan comedy all in one.
Your jaw is so often left gaping in awe from its stunning cinematography and in terror from its ferocity to the point you might just resign yourself to keeping it open for the duration of the film.
With his fun and informed screenplay for Netflix's Metal Lords, Weiss has definitely pulled off one of cinema’s most rollicking odes to the riff-tastic heavy metal genre...
Fantastic Beasts: The Secrets of Dumbledore enhances the past, twists and all, and adds new wrinkles to the fabric of this in-process universe.
In the Bay tradition, this film is glossy, loud, and overbearing, and delivered with a wink, it’s one of his best works to date.
It’s oozing, tar-like gunk that has been spit out of the Hollywood machine, and you should avoid stepping in it.
Sonic the Hedgehog was just the beginning, and anyone who had a fun time with the previous outing shouldn’t hesitate to press start on this new quest.
The movie is a love letter to the theater and to the people who love it, and even if that’s not you, it’s difficult to not fall in love with the story and the characters.
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