Reviews

Netflix’s The Guilty Review: Jake Gyllenhaal, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jake Gyllenhaal, Jake Gyllenhaal Release Date: Sep 24, 2021 Netflix’s The Guilty Review Gyllenhaal successfully delivers a turn so exceptional that it successfully overshadows a somewhat predictable plot.
Dune Review: A Stunning Cinematic Experience That Also Demands A Part 2 Release Date: Oct 22, 2021 Dune Review It’s everything that an adaptation of the first half of Dune should be... Eric Eisenberg
The Many Saints Of Newark Review: A Gripping Return To Jersey That Works Best For Sopranos Fans Release Date: Oct 01, 2021 The Many Saints Of Newark Review The Many Saints of Newark hits harder if you know and care about the family – and the “family” – at the heart of the story. Sean O'Connell
Dear Evan Hansen Review: Ben Platt Shines In Emotionally Exhausting Film Adaptation Release Date: Sep 24, 2021 Dear Evan Hansen Review Dear Evan Hansen is a tear-jerker, with Ben Platt proving why he's back as the title character. Corey Chichizola
Copshop Review: A Slow Burn That Fizzles Out Release Date: Sep 17, 2021 Copshop Review A status quo is maintained for about half of Copshop's runtime, and it simply isn't filled with enough story to keep audiences interested. Dirk Libbey
Amazon’s Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Review: A Warm And Colorful Musical That Hits At Your Heart Release Date: Sep 17, 2021 Amazon’s Everybody’s Talking About Jamie Review The lack of novelty is more than made up for by the energy that Max Harwood and Richard E. Grant bring to the movie, Mike Reyes
Cry Macho Review: Clint Eastwood Is Back In A Cowboy Hat, And It's Shockingly Bad Release Date: Sep 17, 2021 Cry Macho Review The directionless plot in Cry Macho wouldn’t be a problem if one actually enjoyed spending time with the central characters, but that’s not something that is on the table... Eric Eisenberg
The Eyes Of Tammy Faye Review: Jessica Chastain’s Performance Is A Guiding Light In A Sinfully Uneven Biopic Release Date: Sep 17, 2021 The Eyes Of Tammy Faye Review [F]eels like a quick Cliff's Notes version of what really happened, with a blazing fast pace robbing the movie of any semblance of impact Mike Reyes
Netflix’s Kate Review: Mary Elizabeth Winstead Kicks A Whole Lot Of Ass In A Mostly Generic Killer Thriller Release Date: Sep 10, 2021 Netflix’s Kate Review Kate snipes, she shoots, she slashes, she chases, she brawls, and everything in between, and each sequence where she does allows for its own unique flavor and angles. Eric Eisenberg
Malignant Review: James Wan's New Horror Movie Is Bonkers And Brilliant Release Date: Sep 10, 2021 Malignant Review With his 10th feature, [James Wan] has provided audiences with the message that he still knows how to let it rip... Eric Eisenberg
The Card Counter Review: Oscar Isaac's Riveting Performance Is The Only Highlight In An Otherwise Dismal Waste Release Date: Sep 10, 2021 The Card Counter Review [N]ot even a riveting performance from Oscar Isaac can stop this house of cards from burning straight to the ground. Mike Reyes
Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings Review: A Marvel Movie Hampered By Being A Marvel Movie Release Date: Sep 03, 2021 Shang-Chi And The Legend Of The Ten Rings Review [T]he action on display is brilliant and unlike anything we’ve ever seen before in a Marvel Studios release Eric Eisenberg
Amazon’s Cinderella Review: This New-Fashioned Jukebox Fairytale Fits Like A Comfortably Worn Sneaker Release Date: Sep 03, 2021 Amazon’s Cinderella Review [Cinderella] doesn’t reinvent the wheel, but it does have fun spinning it in its own way. Sarah El-Mahmoud