Paramount+’s Infinite Review: Mark Wahlberg’s Sci-Fi Thriller Thinks It’s A Franchise-Starter, But It’s A Big Dud Release Date: Jun 10, 2021 Paramount+’s Infinite Review [I]t coalesces as a convoluted and tired “chosen one” story that inspires an empty performance from Mark Wahlberg and some world-class scenery chewing from Chiwetel Ejiofor.
F9 Review: Disappointing And Shallow, Even By Dumb Fun Standards Release Date: Jun 25, 2021 F9 Review [L]ame and lazy plotting wind up taking a serious toll on the entertainment value, and it becomes actively hard to care about anything because the concept of “stakes” gets thrown out the window. Eric Eisenberg
Disney+’s Luca Review: An Affecting Ode To Summer And An Especially Unique Pixar Film Release Date: Jun 18, 2021 Disney+’s Luca Review While it’s not the studio’s most memorable film, Luca is a delightful combination of feel-good entertainment for all ages. Sarah El-Mahmoud
The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Review: A Hysterically Explosive Comedy That’s Harder, Better, Faster And Sillier Than Its Predecessor Release Date: Jun 16, 2021 The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard Review The Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard shows that this potentially continuing series is determined to bring spectacle back to the R-rated action comedy. Mike Reyes
In The Heights Review: Jon M. Chu’s Magic Touch Makes This Musical One Of The Year’s Best Films Release Date: Jun 11, 2021 In The Heights Review [I]t’s an absolute joy to say that director Jon M. Chu’s magic touch has made the musical one of the year’s best films. Mike Reyes
Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway Review: The Rabbits Run Away With Another Delightful Children’s Comedy Release Date: Jun 11, 2021 Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway Review [D]elivers the same level of adventure and commentary that those who enjoyed James Corden’s first outing will expect. Mike Reyes
The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Review: A Refreshing Adventure For The Warrens Handcuffed By The True Story Release Date: Jun 04, 2021 The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It Review Among the highs and the lows of this franchise, The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It is a middle-of-the-pack release... Eric Eisenberg
Spirit Untamed Review: Dreamworks’ Latest Is A Dull Lap Around The Kiddie Corral Release Date: Jun 04, 2021 Spirit Untamed Review Spirit Untamed feels like the kind of movie you’d see playing in daycare. Sarah El-Mahmoud
A Quiet Place Part II Review: John Krasinski’s Horror Sequel Continues The Story Without Adding Much New Release Date: May 28, 2021 A Quiet Place Part II Review A Quiet Place Part II is lacking in the novelty department, and that by itself makes it a less exciting chapter. Eric Eisenberg
Cruella Review: Emma Stone’s Disney Revenge Story Is Bleeding With Style, Just Not Enough Bite Release Date: May 28, 2021 Cruella Review Emma Stone’s Cruella DeVil provides the delicate balance of sour and sweet the audience needs to follow her story without manipulating movie-goers to actually like a true and storied villain. Sarah El-Mahmoud
Netflix’s Army Of The Dead Review: Zack Snyder’s Zombie Heist Movie Is Somehow Both Thin And Over-Indulgent Release Date: May 21, 2021 Netflix’s Army Of The Dead Review [I]nstead of engaging with anything new and interesting it puts its heavy focus on the well-worn material and paper thin characters. Eric Eisenberg
Those Who Wish Me Dead Review: Angelina Jolie's Firefighter Thriller Will Leave You Cold Release Date: May 14, 2021 Those Who Wish Me Dead Review My expectations for a new Taylor Sheridan movie were very high, so I’m harshly judging a movie that’s merely fine because I know Sheridan is capable of so much more. Sean O'Connell
Spiral: From The Book Of Saw Review: Don’t Expect This New Saw To Rock You Release Date: May 14, 2021 Spiral: From The Book Of Saw Review Even with the high-profile changes made to a movie subtitled From the Book of Saw, this all feels like familiar, dog-eared pages in a well-worn novel. Sean O'Connell