Reviews

Apple TV+'s Cherry Review: A Grounded, Somber Tour-De-Force For Tom Holland Release Date: Feb 26, 2021 Apple TV+'s Cherry Review Mentally prepare yourself for the weight of the baggage, because Cherry will land on you like a sack of bricks.
Hulu’s The United States Vs. Billie Holiday Review: A Scattered Biopic That Hangs On A Great Lead Performance Release Date: Feb 26, 2021 Hulu’s The United States Vs. Billie Holiday Review The United States vs. Billie Holiday doesn’t so much feel like a film based on a screenplay as much as it does a series of index cards pinned to a corkboard. Eric Eisenberg
Netflix’s I Care A Lot Review: This Movie Is Totally Evil, And I Love It Release Date: Feb 19, 2021 Netflix’s I Care A Lot Review Even with the expectations of a twist that comes with the con artist subgenre, it never ceases to surprise, and it matches its wicked story with a devilish turn from Rosamund Pike... Eric Eisenberg
Disney+’s Flora And Ulysses Review: An Adorable And Feel-Good Movie For The Whole Family Release Date: Feb 19, 2021 Disney+’s Flora And Ulysses Review It's an airy adaptation of a classic book that may scurry right into your heart and serve as a great streaming option at home with family. Sarah El-Mahmoud
Netflix’s To All The Boys: Always And Forever Review: A Syrupy-Sweet Finale To Lara Jean And Peter Kavinsky’s Young Love Story Release Date: Feb 12, 2021 Netflix’s To All The Boys: Always And Forever Review Always and Forever should be applauded for kicking the excess teen drama to the curb, and just telling a sincere-yet-sugary story about falling in love in high school. Sarah El-Mahmoud
Judas And The Black Messiah Review: A Powerful Drama With Phenomenal Performances From Daniel Kaluuya And Lakeith Stanfield Release Date: Feb 12, 2021 Judas And The Black Messiah Review [T]he power pack of Lakeith Stanfield and Daniel Kaluuya and the stunning realities the film depicts leave an indelible impact. Eric Eisenberg
Amazon’s The Map Of Tiny Perfect Things Review: Yes, There’s Already Another Good Time Loop Movie Release Date: Feb 12, 2021 Amazon’s The Map Of Tiny Perfect Things Review [The Map of Tiny Perfect Little Things is]stylish, a little odd while also being a sincere and rare inspirational bit of YA goodness. Sarah El-Mahmoud
Barb And Star Go To Vista Del Mar Review: A Comedy So Absurd And Hilarious It Will Leave You Breathless With Tears In Your Eyes Release Date: Feb 12, 2021 Barb And Star Go To Vista Del Mar Review Whether or not it finds an immediate audience is incidental, as it is guaranteed to be headed towards cult movie status; the only question pre-release is exactly how big the cult will be. Eric Eisenberg
Netflix’s Malcolm And Marie Review: Zendaya And John David Washington Shine In Tense, Engaging Drama Release Date: Feb 05, 2021 Netflix’s Malcolm And Marie Review [W]hile it’s a bit over-long and gets structurally hazy at times, it keeps its hooks in you with its leads’ captivating turns... Eric Eisenberg
Amazon’s Bliss Review: A Big Idea Traps Owen Wilson And Salma Hayek In A Very Restrictive Box Release Date: Feb 05, 2021 Amazon’s Bliss Review All one can do when attempting to make heads or tales of Bliss is make their best guess, piece together their case for what just happened, and hope that somehow it all stands up to scrutiny. Mike Reyes
The Little Things Review: Even Denzel Washington And Rami Malek Aren’t Compelling Enough To Save This Blah Thriller Release Date: Jan 29, 2021 The Little Things Review It winds up trapped in its own plotting, and though there are exciting sequences built in, it struggles to overcome its inherent issues. Eric Eisenberg
Apple TV+’s Palmer Review: Justin Timberlake's New Movie Is As Bland As Its Title Release Date: Jan 29, 2021 Apple TV+’s Palmer Review While not exactly bad, it’s strikingly mediocre... Eric Eisenberg
HBO Max’s Locked Down Review: Anne Hathaway And Chiwetel Ejiofor Are Darkly Hilarious In Clever Heist Film Release Date: Jan 15, 2021 HBO Max’s Locked Down Review [I]t’s brought to life by two incredible performances from Anne Hathaway and Chiwetel Ejiofor that are both hilarious and emotional. Eric Eisenberg