Surprisingly, the reboot of the 1988 cult slasher film, Child’s Play, is a decent enough adaptation with some new ideas but still feels mostly disposable when compared to the original series.
Toy Story 4 is a fine installment to the legendary Pixar franchise but it sorely lacks the magic and emotion of its predecessors.
With Toy Story 4 set for release this weekend, let’s take a trip back and dissect the previous three films in the beloved Pixar series in this installment of Cinema Smack’s State of the Franchise!
Jim Jarmusch’s new dark zombie comedy, The Dead Don’t Die, flashes moments of brilliance but falls short of reaching its full potential due to questionable subplots and a lack of subtlety.
With the new Child’s Play reboot set for release this week, it’s time that we rank all of the films in the original franchise in this edition of Best & Worst! *Spoilers Ahead*
Dark Phoenix brings 20th Century Fox’s horribly messy X-Men franchise to a bland and unsatisfying conclusion in the most lifeless X-Men film to date.
Rocketman packs in all the drama, absurdity, and rock and roll you’d expect from an Elton John biopic with Taron Egerton putting in an Oscar-worthy performance as the eccentric performer.
Aladdin, Disney’s newest live action remake of one of their classic films, is a lifeless adaptation that largely falls apart by the film’s end.
Brightburn provides a unique swerve on your typical superhero tale but doesn’t realize its full potential due to a lack of substance and some tonal issues.
John Wick: Chapter 3 – Parabellum reaches the franchise’s lofty heights with the best action scenes of the series with only some iffy plot points holding it back.