Category: Movie Reviews

REVIEW: Bad Boys: Ride or Die (2024)

Bad Boys: Ride or Die is being touted as the last hope to jump-start the box office before Deadpool & Wolverine, which doesn’t arrive until the end of July, just before the summer movie season is typically winding down. That makes it all the more amusing that the newest in Martin Lawrence and...

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REVIEW: Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga (2024)

Furiosa: A Mad Max Saga is a mess of a film that doesn’t know what it wants to be. It can’t decide if it’s a revenge movie, a futuristic crime film, or, oddly enough, a Mad Max movie. What it does know is that it isn’t very interested in its title character, as Furiosa is the least &hellip...

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REVIEW: IF (2024)

When I first started seeing posters and trailers for IF, I thought it looked atrocious. The animated characters looked cheesy and poorly integrated with the live-action characters and backgrounds. But worse than that, it seemed thoroughly unoriginal; all I could think of was Monsters, Inc. crossed ...

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REVIEW: Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes (2024)

In an entertainment era where seemingly everything is being dumbed down and homogenized, the Planet of the Apes films have managed to hold on, retaining their focus on larger ideas about society, human nature, and the rise and fall of civilization. Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes, the fourth in t...

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REVIEW: The Fall Guy (2024)

The Fall Guy is for people who love movies but hate Hollywood. David Leitch’s new film is made of everything that used to make movies special: human characters we can see ourselves in, a sense of fun and exoticism, universal themes, the promise of eternal love and the fear that it may die, and th...

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REVIEW: Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver (2024)

If you had hopes that Rebel Moon – Part Two: The Scargiver would improve upon Part One, you can give up on them. The next chapter in Zack Snyder’s failed Star Wars script/blockbuster Netflix sci-fi epic is just as empty, boring, drawn-out, and illogical as its predecessor, with bad dialogue, wo...

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