“Infinity War” is the perfect part one of what is likely to be the grandest and most expansive two-part epic to ever grace the silver screen.
Desplechin’s direction is as hypnotic as his story is muddled, and at least his central performers get ample opportunities to show off their range.
Disregarding the last five minutes of the movie, “Beirut” is a captivating spy thriller that holds the viewer’s attention and tells a fairly successful story.
Brad Peyton has a knack for putting Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson into seemingly inescapable situations and having him come out completely untouched.
“Blockers” is a good movie. Yes. You read that right. The film that features butt chugging, sex pacts and vomit is nuanced and emotionally resonant.
It’s more clear than ever that Hollywood needs to create more adventure stories like “Isle of Dogs” that perfectly blend action, humor and heart.
The true problem with “Flower” is that it is a female-led film by male writers who have no real insight on the topics they are attempting to tackle.