Jordan Peele goes big with Nope but keeps true to his multilayered style, delivering a horror film with a lot to think about.
Thor: Love and Thunder is as fun as any Marvel movie can be, at the cost of developing a genuine emotional connection.
Lightyear follows the adventurous journey of spaceman Buzz Lightyear (Chris Evans) as he navigates a precarious situation while learning to work as part of a team.
The Innocents sees a small group of kids with telekinetic powers do some horrible things.
Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness is an absolutely manic yet digestible couple of hours of cinema if you can turn your brain off.
Robert Eggers’ The Northman might lack heart, but it’s undoubtedly hard to look away from, with unbridled energy and machismo not seen since the action-movie glory days of the 80s and 90s.
Matt Reeves’ The Batman features one of the darkest and most grounded portrayals of the popular superhero yet.
Marry Me is cliché-packed but entirely endearing, making for a mostly enjoyable musical rom-com.
The famous horror franchise Scream is back with a new entry in 2022, though it lacks new ideas and isn’t very scary.
The Matrix Resurrections expands on its original concepts but watching the film becomes a chore with the sheer amount of information there is to absorb.
Tom Holland’s Spider-Man comes full circle in the nostalgia-filled blockbuster, Spider-Man: No Way Home.
The second The Matrix Resurrections trailer showcases more of the film’s action sci-fi spectacle with a story that looks to blend the old with the new.
Disney’s Encanto is a vibrant, joyous, music-filled celebration of family that hits most of the right notes.
A boy embarks on a magical adventure that sows the seeds for a life of gift-giving in A Boy Called Christmas.
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