Though I have questions regarding how some might feel about its subject matter, this is such a smart, wild rollercoaster ride of a film that I'm wondering why you're not watching it right now.
The Mötley Crüe biopic is an engaging story about found families that's smothered by its insistence on condensing an epic life down to under two hours.
Though its heroics don't quite hit the spot, there's a lot to like about Carol Danvers' introduction to the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Folks, you know what this is, you know what it's about. It's late, I'm tired, and I want to enjoy what's left of my time off. Let's rock and roll.
Before we go over my top ten films of the year, let's take a little detour and look at five films that maybe weren't so great, but are worth watching for various reasons.
It's little wonder how Julia Roberts got lured to TV; Amazon's crackerjack half-hour thriller, adapted from a popular podcast, takes full advantage of the medium's benefits.
This film is a breathless mess. It's portrayal of autism, however, isn't outwardly terrible; just part of a long-standing, damaging pattern of other portrayals of autism in film/TV.
Tight, suspenseful, twisted, and hilarious, the director of Bridesmaids just took a big leap forward.
Though it comes together in a way that's disappointingly flat, there's a lot to like in this Netflix teen romcom.
Jennifer Garner's in fine form, like she never missed a beat from her Alias days. Shame about the rest of it.