The sequel digs into the darkness of the Dark Web and succeeds in its scares.
Beyond the head-numbing pop culture references, Spielberg manages to make an entertaining blockbuster epic.
This pseudo documentary is manipulative and lacking.
Carlos Marques-Marcet’s film feels authentic and fun.
A look into the life of an artist that unfortunately doesn't dive deep enough.
This involving indie comedy-drama declares Carol Brandt as a talent to watch.
Three friends attempt to pull off the score of a lifetime in this incredible real life gangster story.
Relaxer is another achievement in director Joel Potrykus’s lo-fi loserdom canon.
An uncomfortable, yet engaging satire of the modern dating landscape.
Director-actor John Krasinski's shift into genre filmmaking is a thrilling success.
Hitchcock's thrills lift up the nothing-special plot in this pre-war thriller.
An early Hitchcock film from the silent era that is for completists only.
We've entered Phase 2 with the concluding entry in the Iron Man trilogy.
The first team-up of Earth's mightiest heroes is discussed in this episode.
A 'lower tier' Spielberg film is discussed in this episode. But how can it be bad if Stanley Tucci is in it?
The Fantastic Mr. Fox might just be Anderson's liveliest picture.
The weaponization of nostalgia is a tool of this horror sequel.