Who would have thought, as Hollywood fervently dishes out girlbosses, that one of the most compelling, inspiring female leads of late would be a Bond girl?
With a strong leading cast and a rich, unique storyline, ‘Shang-Chi’ shows that even after the cinematic masterpiece of ‘Avengers: Endgame,’ Marvel Studios is still at the top of its game.
Neither theme-park ride nostalgia nor A-list stars Dwayne ‘The Rock’ Johnson and Emily Blunt can save mediocre ‘Pirates’-lite adventure flick.
No matter what things are out there waiting for us to go bump in the night, we can defeat them.
The film is emblematic of a James Bond-style spy thriller, with loaded action sequences and impressive character development for its leading protagonists.
Can a good story, talented team, and compelling themes coalesce into a bad movie? Surprisingly, yes, as with Netflix’s thriller ‘The Woman in the Window.’
With a sharp sense of humor, a touching story, and strong central performers, ‘Here Today’ is both entertaining and moving.
Smart, funny, and sure to entertain, the story of ‘Georgetown’ translates expertly to the screen via the impressive directorial debut of Christoph Waltz.
Bo Burnham’s latest offering, ‘Inside,’ is as tense as it is funny — and absolutely brilliant for it.
Cruella is the girl boss we’ve heard so much about. She is the young woman who follows her dreams no matter who she has to step on to achieve them.
For so engaging a subject, “Halston” commits an unforgivable sin: It bores.
Documentary film ‘Street Gang’ reveals engaging parents with their kids was what made the classic show’s mix of educational goals and wild creativity work.
Michael B. Jordan offers a throwback mash-up of “Mission: Impossible,” “24,” and “Jason Bourne,” but adds little to standard spy-action tropes.
In a market oversaturated with comic book adaptations, ‘Scott Pilgrim vs. the World’ truly stands apart. Now is the perfect time to check it out or revisit.
Remixing sci-fi tropes about robot domination, a new flick from the guys behind ‘The Lego Movie’ implores us to prize family relationships over technology.
“Promising Young Woman” effectively conveys the moral mess created by the Wild Wild West of the smartphone’s earliest introduction to society.
In a way, the fans were Zack Snyder’s own Justice League who brought him back like Superman to vanquish Joss Whedon’s evil spawn.
More important than saying ‘no’ or ‘yes’ is to teach kids how to be responsible for themselves, how to make good decisions, and learn that actions have consequences.
‘Nomadland’ is not an exceptional case study. It’s proof that erecting artistic barriers against cross-cultural exploration will cost us beautiful work.
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