Funny Ghost starring Hong Kong comedy legend Sandra Ng is mean, gross and awful but also a hilarious time capsule of 1980s Hong Kong.
TMNT fans will fall in love for Mutant Mayhem, a perfect blend of things for the old fans and a new generation. Get ready for a fun time.
Shin Kamen Rider is Evangelion creator Hideaki Anno's personal and poignant reboot of a classic superhero into a dark and existential reboot.
Talk To Me is the horror event of the summer, and probably the year. This is a s good as it gets, and of course it comes to us from A24.
Barbie is an imperfectly silly comedy about the flaws of a perfect toy in an imperfect world that only silly people will hate.
Christopher Nolan's Oppenheimer is his most accomplished movie, a moral epic about the ecstasy and terror of the creating the atom bomb.
Joy Ride is a gleefully, uncompromisingly sweary, raunchy, sexy Asian-American road trip that's the funniest Hollywood comedy of the year.
The Legend & Butterfly is an attempt by Toei Studios to recreate Kurosawa-style epic blockbusters but ends up a muddled and confused dud.
The Tank is well-made, but shockingly the most generic and dull creature feature horror film of this century. It's a mystery why it was made.
Elemental is a sweet film that may not reach the heights of some of the classic Pixar films, but it is more than worth your time.
Elemental is a mid-tier Pixar movie that is releasing at the wrong time. A few years ago, a mid-tier film wouldn't have impacted the studio's fate.
Transformers: Rise Of The Beasts is no better or worse than most of the franchise, but it is a step down from Bumblebee and that's a shame.
Transformers: Rise of the Beasts isn't the worst of this franchise, but that is a bar so low that you could stub your toe on it, and it is also a step back from the potential that we saw with Bumblebee.
The Flash might feature some of these good moments, but they don't add up to anything, and at the end of the day, the film as a whole is an overly long mess with a few bright spots and a massive missed opportunity when it comes to Supergirl.
Spider:Man: Across The Spider-Verse is as perfect a film can be, and the standard all animated, superhero, and action films should be held to.
Highly recommended: Baby Assassins, a hilarious Japanese comedy-thriller about two mismatched women forced to be roommates but find being contract killers harder than living together.
Reality is a tense new thriller on HBO and Max that shows Sydney Sweeney is a force to be reckoned with, and will be for a long time.
Sakra is a hot mess that tries to cram too much story into one movie but it's a lot of fun and Donnie Yen gets to look cool from start to finish since he also directed it.
Weird: the Al Yankovic Story is an absurdist, surrealist entry into the rockumentary genre that never fails to deliver laughs, heart, and weirdness.
The Swordsman of All Swordsman, Joseph Kuo's major entry, gets its North American premiere at the 10th Old School Kung Fu Fest.
Vengeance of the Phoenix Sisters is a low-budget, breezy, pulpy minor classic of the wuxia genre that offers easy feminist escapist fun.
We review King of Wuxia, the definitive documentary about the life and career of director King Hu, who defined the wuxia movie as we know it, which launches the 10th Old School Kung Fu Fest in New York City.
Ben Affleck makes a winning return behind the camera with Air, featuring outstanding performances from the entire cast.
While infinitely better than the first try, The Super Mario Bros Movie has a pretty basic story full of references hampering the film.
Scream VI is a brilliant, visceral film that continues to prove the franchise is the strongest horror property of our time.
Scream VI does the unimaginable and turns in one of the best entries in the franchise six films in. As good as horror sequels get.
The new Children Of The Corn is terrible, forgettable, and the kind of horror sequel that is unacceptable these days. Skip it.
Director Dave Franco and stars Alison Brie, Jay Ellis & Kiersey Clemons shine in Amazon Prime Video rom-com Somebody I Used to Know.
Casper Van Dien, Vivien Ngô, Elyse Dinh & Ian Alexander shine in Dark Star Pictures psychological thriller Daughter from Corey Deshon.
Cocaine Bear has its issues, but ultimately delivers on its promise to titillate those who want to see a coked up, rampaging bear film.