Director Josh Trank’s long-awaited follow-up to the disastrous Fantastic Four (2015) is another disappointing effort overshadowed by Tom Hardy’s over-the-top performance as Chicago mobster Al Capone.
Clark Duke’s directorial debut is a satisfying crime-noir set in his home state of Arkansas, about drug dealers and bad choices.
There’s no denying that the world has gone crazy for true crime. Whether it’s streaming on Netflix, docudramas on the big screen, or investigative podcasts, we can’t seem to get enough of the genre.
Set in the gritty but vibrant suburbs of Paris, The Eddy tracks the story of jazz club owner Elliot (André Holland) as he finds himself tangled with dangerous criminals and in a desperate struggle to protect his family, club and band.
Strong friendships are born out of shared experiences. In its first season, Dead to Me took this notion and stretched it to the nth degree.
Butt Boy is a thriller, sci-fi, and comedy film directed by Tyler Cornack. The film’s title is as weird and irreverent as the story told.
The Assistant tells a timely tale that evokes a sense of unease from its audience, though some may struggle with its slow-burning pace.
Ryan Murphy’s Hollywood is exactly what it says it is, a mini-series set in post-WWII Hollywood following “an ambitious group of aspiring actors and filmmakers will do almost anything to make their showbiz dreams come true.”
Chris Hemsworth channels John Wick in the ultra-violent Netflix action flick Extraction.
ESPN has teamed up with Netflix to release the Michael Jordan documentary series The Last Dance, which follows the basketball legend and his team the Chicago Bulls through the 97-98 NBA season.
Tom (Jesse Eisenberg) and Gemma (Imogen Poots) are prisoners in their own home, stuck in a two-story green house in a deserted suburb in Vivarium. Trapped indefinitely, they have no idea if they will ever make it out. Their dream life in a perfect neighborhood has turned out to be a nightmare.
Almost 30 years since Mortal Kombat hit arcades around the world and the fighting franchise remains one of the most popular video-game series of all time. This was evident last year when Mortal Kombat 11 was released to rave reviews from critics and fans.
Ever wanted to see a hipster Elijah Wood scream absurdities at the corpse of his deadbeat father? Well, Ant Timpson delivers just that and other kooky scenes in his first feature film, Come to Daddy.
Beers, balls, and adult humor. Netflix’s new original show Brews Brothers is brought to you by the creative Schaffer brothers – the team behind hit shows like The League, Curb Your Enthusiasm and That 70’s Show.
Taking a break from ruling the box office with the Fast & Furious franchise, chrome-domed action hero Vin Diesel has headed back to the comic-book world with an adaptation of Bloodshot.
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