Gina Prince-Bythewood’s THE OLD GUARD is a serviceable adaptation of Greg Rucka’s comic series but lacks identity and often fails to entertain.
Altered Carbon: Resleeved, Netflix’s anime companion to their popular television show, is a much more effective attempt at character and world building than its live action counterpart.
Galder Gaztelu-Urrutia’s feature length directorial debut, The Platform, features a relevant analysis on modern day class structure along with some legitimate thrills and gore.
Though not his best work, legendary director Martin Scorsese returns to his roots with The Irishman, a 3.5 hour long mob epic about the disappearance of Jimmy Hoffa.
El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie is a welcome return and companion to its flagship series that isn’t a needless addition as it further develops Jesse Pinkman as a character.
Joe Berlinger’s documentary storytelling provides a unique spin on a serial killer in his Ted Bundy biopic, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Vile and Evil.
A serious departure from the other recent band biopic, Mötley Crüe’s The Dirt is an entertainingly raucous romp chocked full of sex, drugs, and rock and roll.
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.
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?
The six part anthology film, The Ballad of Buster Scruggs, is chocked full of typical Coen brothers tropes that range from ridiculously entertaining to somewhat drawn out and draining throughout its lengthy runtime.