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I’ll just go ahead and join the cat-cophony: The decision to slather Cats in creepy CGI hobbles it right out of the gate.
I’ve seen it twice now, and the second swirl and sniff really opens the bouquet of just how pungent this monsterpiece really is.
Jexi had potential, buried underneath all the layers of badness.
For all its flaws, I will give it this: Anna boasts the rare distinction of being bloody and boring at the same time.
The violence in this movie escalates until it reaches a crescendo that is savage, cruel, and defeating, all at once.
A leaden script drowns a charismatic cast, while frantic, incoherent action scenes rob the movie of any real tension.
These 106 minutes move slower than the time I had a tooth crowned and they didn’t give me enough novocaine.
Judged on its own merit, The Peanut Butter Solution is a strange, cheerfully clunky little movie that feels too spooky for kids and too dumb for adults.
Holmes & Watson isn’t so much a movie as a monsoon of limp, slimy jokes…
Camp Death III in 2D! clumps every moldering horror cliché into one cinematic spitwad and chucks…
“No good movie is too long. No bad movie is short enough.”
The Gentlemen (2019)
The Gentlemen may be boiling over with profanity and squib-splattering violence, but with a great cast and a relaxed atmosphere, this is just the kind of fun we need right now. Read more…
While it can't hit and hold the same high notes as its classic predecessors, fans of the genre will find that Onward is still better than just about anything out there. Read more…
Richard Jewell (2019)
Ultimately, Richard Jewell plays like an immense tragedy, the garbage-strewn mess left after a media circus moves its dog-and-pony show somewhere else. Read more…
Birds of Prey (2020)
Crazy thing is, somewhere along this fantabulous emancipation of Harley Quinn lies a movie that ain't half bad. Read more…