One is a unique, surreal analysis of the world we live in, and the other has a scene where Dwayne JumpRock dangles from the 220’th floor of a super-building by his prosthetic foot.
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This is a Marvel movie. If you like those, you’ll probably like this one.
'Won't You Be My Neighbor?' feels like the warmest, most necessary hug you’ve ever been too scared to ask for.
Its all incredibly stupid, and shamelessly, popcorn-munchingly enjoyable.
Solo is all of the charm and humor of Han and Lando, as told by Amazon Alexa.
Once Deadpool 2 comes into its own, it’s an absolute riot.
I’m fairly certain that Tully could be considered a form of birth control, and I mean that in the best way.
Isle of Dogs is a stunningly unique film with overwhelming merit in quite literally every technical aspect; and it’s a hell of a lot of fun to boot.
I review Pacific Rim Uprising, Ready Player One, and Best F(r)iends.
Far from a masterpiece, A Quiet Place offers up enough scares and originality to garner a general recommendation, but not an enthusiastic one.