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Sound of Metal Distributor: Vertigo Releasing Production...
Willy’s Wonderland may not be for everyone, but if you go into it purely to see Nicolas Cage beat up a load of scary animatronics you won’t be disappointed.
I Care a Lot boasts a unique and intriguing first half which is let down by its unimaginative and disappointing second half.
News Of The World Production Companies: Universal Pictures, Playtone and Perfect World PicturesDirector: Paul GreengrassProducers: Gary Goetzman, Gail...
Production Companies: Happy Madison Productions and Columbia PicturesDirector: Dennis DuganProducers: Adam Sandler, Tim Herlihy, Jack Giarraputo, and Heather ParryScriptwriters: Timothy Dowling, Allan...
While Host pulls off the video call based horror movie well, it lacks identity and is a painfully run-of-the-mill supernatural horror film.
Letters To Juliet Production Companies: Summit EntertainmentDirector: Gary WinickProducers: Elle Barkin, Mark Canton, Caroline Kaplan, Patrick Wachsberger, and Eric FeigScriptwriters: José Rivera...
Distributor: NetflixDirector: Jude WengProducers: Ian BryceScriptwriter: Christina StrainMain Cast: Alex Aiono, Kelly Hu, Kea Peahu, Lindsay Watson & Owen VaccaroRelease Date: January...
I really wanted to like I'm Thinking Of Ending Things, but all the pieces didn’t come together as seamlessly as they could have done.
Another Round is thoroughly entertaining from start to finish. Although the premise may seem far-fetched, Thomas Vinterberg does a great job.
All The Bright Places is an emotional movie that entails a narrative that deals with difficult topics but is indeed worth the watch.
The Devil All The Time is an incredibly sinister watch, but one that is well worth the screen time.
A Star Is Born is indeed a film that has established a well-deserved place in my heart.
Home Alone 2: Lost In New York is another truly awesome family movie.
Home Alone is one of the best family movies, and one of the best Christmas movies, ever.
National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation is a joy to watch over the festive season every year.
Frozen is a modern classic which perfectly encapsulates the magic of Disney.
Though at times it can be gloomy and rather frightening at points for younger viewers, The Muppet Christmas Carol is still a warm and inviting homage to the classic Dickens tale.
If I received Fatman for Christmas instead of what I asked for, I would definitely be making some calls.
Overall, Unhinged is another fine addition to the category of "so bad it’s good" filmmaking.
The New Mutants lands firmly in the forgettable column.
Summing it up, Sacha Baron Cohen's self-indulgent Borat Subsequent Moviefilm is more chore than chortle.
With a brilliant cast, Last Christmas is hilarious, emotional, and most definitely Christmassy in spirit!
Ad Astra is an extremely enjoyable sci-fi film, with another phenomenal performance for Brad Pitt to add to his filmography.
Whilst Once Upon A Time In Hollywood doesn't match the standards of the Quentin Tarantino classics, it is a worthy addition to his incredible filmography.
Beauty And The Beast arrived upon us burdened with high expectations. It came shackled with the intimidating legacy of the original that came before it, whilst also afflicted with the immense pressure to convert animated greatness into something credible and magical at the same time.
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