Clinging to the iconic legacy of Milos Forman’s seminal masterpiece, this lurid and tonally incoherent adaptation feels more like bad fan fiction.
The slow burning narrative and unnerving violence will undoubtedly turn off many. But fans of multilayered murder ballads will be in heaven.
Smart, funny, exciting, and never condescending, ENOLA HOLMES announces the arrival of a new icon for young adventurers everywhere.
Defying description at every turn, Charlie Kaufman’s latest film is a heart-wrenching, mind-bending, and brilliant film about yourself.
The premise is great, the cast decent, and Netflix already has a pedigree with fantasy content. So why is the result such a mess?
A potentially exciting story about immortality on an endless battlefield is wasted on a clunker of a script that even the game cast cannot save.
A mean spirited, mercilessly unfunny, and aggressively awful film about punching down that makes you root for eternal social distancing.
Poorly directed, convoluted, and edited to within an inch of its life, WASP NETWORK is a film that doesn’t work on any level beyond its great cast.
The second masterpiece from Spike Lee in a row, DA 5 BLOODS is one of the best films ever made about The American War.
While clumsy and too broad for its own good, SPACE FORCE is still a funny and sharp satire about something so ludicrous it shouldn’t even exist.