‘Cold Pursuit’ tries to be pulpy and clever but ends up feeling like one of those copycat Tarantino movies from the ’90s.
‘Velvet Buzzsaw’ fails to live up to its intriguing premise, a slasher movie set in the contemporary art scene, due to wild tonal shifts, underdeveloped characters and a stail visual look.
M. Night Shyamalan’s once promising superhero franchise ends with a whimper.
‘Free Solo’ is a white-knuckle ride about one man’s desire to become the first person to ever free solo climb Yosemite’s El Capitan Wall.
‘Escape Room’ is a sometimes clever, mostly silly horror thriller that wears out its welcome as the film progresses.
‘Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse’ is not only one of the best Spider-Man movies ever made, it’s the best animated movie of the year.
Despite tackling such heady topics as race, police brutality and gentrification, ‘Blindspotting’ is a smart and funny film thanks to terrific direction, wonderful perfomances and a sharp screenplay.
‘Halloween’ is the best sequel to the original classic, but that’s not saying much.
‘Venom’ is an outlier in today’s superhero landscape by embracing the silliness of the genre for better or worse.
Despite its relevancy on current events, ‘BlacKkKlansman’ fails in its execution due to tone and lack of character development.