Netflix’s new comic book adaptation, Polar, is at its best when it’s trying to be John Wick but poor villains and tasteless exploitation bury its potential.
Oskars Rupenheits debut feature, The Foundation of Criminal Excellence, is a well made Latvian crime-comedy in the vein of films from the Coen brothers and Martin McDonagh.
Glass, the followup to M. Night Shyamalan’s successful 2017 film, Split, as well as his 2000 effort, Unbreakable, is a cobbled together mess of ideas that’s overly long, poorly told, and incomprehensible at times.
Yalan Hu’s debut film, Doll It Up, boasts a strange and quirky romance that’s thoroughly enjoyable, has something to say, and also plays for laughs.
While the idea of an interactive film is definitely interesting, is Black Mirror: Bandersnatch as groundbreaking as some believe or is it just a novelty?
Jeffrey Nachmanoff’s new film, Replicas, boasts a promising concept that’s bogged down by an all-around horrible film.
Alex Magaña’s debut feature, 29 to Life, has charm and a relatable message at its core when not being hindered by its lead character and unfunny moments.
Susanne Bier’s newest film, Bird Box, quickly blew up the internet upon its release but is it really worthy of all of they hype it has generated?