13th is a gripping and utterly powerful documentary about the mistreatment of black people, the over-crowding of the prison system, and how we, as a society, can push to make a change for a better future.
The Forest suffers from an incredibly bland and underdeveloped script, lazy jump scares, and weak characters, even if the performances and cinematography are impressive.
Vince Vaughn and Hailee Steinfeld deliver strong performances in Term Life, an otherwise tragically generic crime-drama filled with endless amounts of exposition.
Although there are great performances and camerawork on display, The Boy ultimately feels like a lazy attempt at reinvigorating the creepy doll trend of the horror genre.
Lady Macbeth is a suspenseful and wisely quiet film that boasts breathtaking cinematography, excellent costume design, and terrific performances across the board.
Popstar: Never Stop Never Stopping is one of the best comedies of the decade thanks to a brilliant and witty script, and a bonkers performance from Andy Samberg.
Friend Request is littered with major horror tropes, unlikeable characters, and a story that is too silly to be invested in.
Free Fire criminally under utilizes its all-star cast, and lacks any character development whatsoever, and ends up being nothing more than mindless entertainment.