Marley Jaeger’s debut film, Simon’s Quest, is an amusing little short with a bit of an identity crisis while also having a main character dealing with his own identity crisis .
As the first live action Pokemon film, Pokemon: Detective Pikachu is about what you’d expect it to be with its CGI characters providing all of the fun and highlights of the film.
Matt Walting’s debut feature, Just Say Goodbye, is a bit messy overall but stays true to providing insight on a teen’s planned suicide.
Joe Berlinger’s documentary storytelling provides a unique spin on a serial killer in his Ted Bundy biopic, Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Vile and Evil.
Mandy the Plumber, the new film from Zach Lorkiewicz and Count the Clock, is certainly a head scratcher that embraces the quirkiness and eccentricity that the artist collective is known for.
Benjamin Ironside Koppin’s slasher film, Made Me Do It, isn’t wholly original but provides some intriguing ideas not typical of the subgenre.
Avengers: Endgame, the 22nd entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, does its job of wrapping up the Infinity Stones storyline but ultimately feels like your typical Marvel film.
The Curse of La Llorona isn’t necessarily a bad movie but it doesn’t do anything the least bit new while including a cheap twist to try upping its stock.
The 2019 version of Hellboy seems to have its heart in the right place but is a butchered mess of a film with a bad plot, unfunny jokes, and bland acting.
Shazam! continues a recent trend of satisfying superhero films from DC with plenty of comedy and heart despite a generic overall story.