On its surface, Palm Springs doesn’t seem all that complex. But by tweaking a few things in the time loop movie formula, and having very likable characters – Palm Springs ends becoming something quite special.
Dave Bautista is a decent fit as the lead, his rugged, awkward persona is a perfect fit for this role.
it meanders in the third act, but it gets its bearings straight just in time – that it leaves you with an emotionally satisfying ending.
There’s no getting around it, Artemis Fowl is unfortunately…Well, foul. A soulless, hollow film that never really tries to get you to care about the characters, nor the story.
Lee is known for his prolific and bold style of storytelling, he says what he wants to say – and he says it without flinching. Da 5 Bloods is no exception.
Joaquin Phoenix’s terrorizing performance as the clown prince of crime saves Joker from becoming nothing but a lousy rip-off of Taxi Driver.
While Glass does eventually run out of gas, it was a fun ride regardless, and it leaves you with a message that’s surprisingly compelling.
Featuring a simple-story that’s transcended by its execution, Searching is a non-stop thrill ride from start to finish.
It’s good old’ fast-paced white-knuckling action with a bit more flavour than usual, and a 56 year-old that effortlessly does death-defying stunts.
While it never sets out to be complex. Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again oozes charm, and exuberates infinite amounts of joy.