Although Klaus takes a while for its story to get interesting, it is saved by its breathtaking animation and emotional message at its core.
Knives Out is a wild and exhilarating thrill-ride with an incredibly talented cast and solidifies Rian Johnson as a highly skillful writer/director.
The Irishman is yet another jaw-droppingly intense and profoundly exhilarating picture from Martin Scorsese that is boosted by its three lead performances.
Frozen II is a sequel well worth the wait, as it contains an interesting and emotional story, has breathtaking animation, and even more catchy and fun songs.
Notes from Melanie is a highly effective short film that boasts great acting, a clever and witty script, and is a great display of Chris Stuckmann's writing/directing talent.
Despite a bumpy first act, and an occasionally dull script, there's no denying Charlie's Angels is a highly entertaining, adventurous, and funny time at the movies.
Noelle's fun and likeable leads in Anna Kendrick and Bill Hader, plus its charming and heartwarming message gratefully save it from being a lump of coal.
Last Christmas makes up for its flaws with a deeply funny script, a sense of great fun and holiday charm, and a terrific performance from Emilia Clarke.
Doctor Sleep is an utterly bone-chilling, skillfully acted, tension filled masterpiece that serves as an incredible sequel to The Shining.
Dickinson's first season is a mesmerizing, emotionally powerful, and brilliantly told story that boasts incredible performances, and touching character beats.
Parasite is a wholly riveting experience with an astonishingly gripping story that is rich with complex themes, developed characters, and brilliant direction.
Terminator: Dark Fate offers thrilling action and terrific performances. What prevents it from being good, sadly, is its recycled plot and messy script.
The Lighthouse is an utterly mesmerizing piece of horror cinema. Its shot gorgeously, expertly acted, and will linger with you long after the credits roll.
The Gallows Act II is a disaster on almost all levels. Its script is jumbled and clichéd, has an abundance of jumpscares, and has a maddening ending that makes the rest of the film seem pointless.
Angelina Jolie and Elle Fanning shine in Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, a sequel that surpasses its predecessor with exciting action, an interesting story, and good visuals.
While it does have its fair share of issues, Zombieland: Double Tap is still a worthy sequel with tons of bloody zombie fun, incredible humor, and boasts an excellent cast with great chemistry.
While Maleficent suffers from pacing issues, shoddy effects, and jarring editing, it manages to entertain with fun action, great performances, and an interesting story.
Even though The Addams Family suffers with its villain and gets bogged down with pointless scenes, it makes up for it with great humor, funny characters, and a great moral.
El Camino is an utterly mesmerizing epilogue to Breaking Bad and offers an extremely gripping story, terrific writing, and a riveting performance from Aaron Paul.
Jexi is an annoying, frustratingly unfunny misfire, with one of the weakest scripts of the year, and a moral that gets lost along the way.
An astounding performance from Heather Langenkamp, clever cinematography, a chilling score, and an eerie story make A Nightmare on Elm Street a horror favorite.
Anna and the Apocalypse is an absolute delight, featuring masterful musical numbers, bloody zombie fun, and terrific performances throughout.
Joker is a highly devastating, deeply disturbing, and devilishly twisted story of a tortured man that excels in every level, especially Joaquin Phoenix's masterful performance.
Zombieland is a truly hilarious, unique, and diverting horror comedy with great performances all across the board.
Jacob's Ladder is a frustratingly bland, boring, and uninteresting remake of a beloved horror film, even if Michael Ealy delivers a great performance.
Rambo: Last Blood is disappointingly bland and lifeless, with an incredibly predictable story, cliché villains, and its action scenes are few and far between.
James Gray's Ad Astra is a hypnotic and philosophical space epic with terrific performances throughout, and explores heavy themes in a deep, moving way.
While the cast is great and it has terrific cinematography from Roger Deakins, The Goldfinch is a disappointingly boring, slow, and uninspired film.
It Chapter Two is a rare sequel that improves upon its predecessor with an invigorating cast, a compelling story, hair-raising scares and heart-wrenching emotion.
47 Meters Down: Uncaged follows the same trope-ridden plotlines of the first, with yet another batch of annoying characters, nonsensical moments, and weak cinematography.
With a terrific cast full of young and funny stars, a ton of heart, and some pure craziness sprinkled in, Good Boys is a highly entertaining time.
Blinded by the Light is an incredibly raw and powerful picture with an inspiring story, outstanding performances, and deeply emotional moments.
Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark is a fun and creepy horror flick, especially for younger viewers, even if it does suffer from pacing and familiarity issues.
Dora and the Lost City of Gold is an incredibly fun adventure with a ton of heart and humor, and a truly moving and charming performance from Isabela Moner.
Playmobil: The Movie is an unexciting and disappointingly unfunny tale that only the youngest of children will get a kick out of.
Hobbs & Shaw is an absolutely absurd film, but that's why its so much fun. It is a blast of a blockbuster with a bunch of action, over-the-top moments and some great comedic banter from Johnson and Statham.
Once Upon a Time in Hollywood is yet another home run for Quentin Tarantino due to its incredible performances, gorgeous cinematography, and its exciting story.
Although The Lion King boasts incredible visuals and has beautiful musical numbers, it is a film that ultimately feels soulless and is much weaker than the original.
Crawl can be a bit of a goofy ride, but it luckily manages to stay fun and entertaining due to its great creature elements and a great performance from Kaya Scodelario.
Just like Ari Aster’s previous effort, Midsommar is a beautifully haunting and deliciously evil tale about grief and relationships, and will go down as one of the all-time best horror films.
Yesterday boasts great performances all across the board and is exceptionally comedic, but falls flat due to its underexplored premise.
Those looking for an absolutely exhilarating and tension-filled extravaganza with lots of real human emotion, breathtaking action scenes, a good Spider-Man film, or just a good film, are in luck.
Luc Besson’s Anna is dull and lifeless with a tonally inconsistent script, lazy direction, and is unsure of what type of film it wants to be.
Toy Story 4 is a worthy sequel with tons of emotionally powerful moments, great characters, a moving story, and plenty of laughs to be had along the way.
Although Aladdin does suffer from a weak villain, poor dialogue and a bloated running time, it makes up for it with its characters, music, and its sense of childlike wonder.
Brightburn is a thrilling and delightfully creepy experience with lots of fun to be had, but often lacks in the department of character development and world building.
Filled with cringe-worthy, weak humor and drastically wasted performances, The Hustle is one of the most forgettable comedies in years.
The Curse of La Llorona is a bland and unoriginal horror story that often resorts to cheap jump scares and suffers from a weak story.
Missing Link manages to impress with its gorgeous animation style, terrific voice performances, and exciting action sequences.
Division 19 fails drastically due to a lazy screenplay, a bizarre style of directing from Halewood and jarring editing and visuals.