Multiverse of Madness' endless array of magic spells, action, and chaos is ceaseless to a point of boredom, even as the eccentric Sam Raimi touches peer through.
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Ambulance's chaos and familiar mayhem is overly generous conservative fantasy with plentiful escapism.
Clumsily mixing childish humor with brutal real world politics, Secrets of Dumbledore continues this prequels series' landslide.
Infinitely quotable, crass, and socially defining, Shaft's legendary status hasn't diminished in 50 years.
A tremendous dud, Morbius' failure is the internet's gain, providing potential memes for years.
Tense and unforgiving, For a Few Dollars More is in a constant state of distrust amid a persistent sense of Hollywood cool.
Elegantly violent but truthfully pure about America's western cinema, A Fistful of Dollars defined the genre's export and change in perspective.
The Untouchables is a pure Hollywood example of "print the legend," willing to engage in old time, violent justice to make heroes from bogus laws.
Well translated from the source videogames, Uncharted is perfectly forgettable entertainment that if nothing else, exposes the material's limitations for storytelling.
An early take on a "geeks inherit the earth" story, True Romance turns its movie-adoring hero into a character in a pure Hollywood thriller.
Infinite whiffs at using sci-fi for a deeper purpose, instead falling to heavy exposition and bland digital chases.
Fan service won't sustain Spider-Man: No Way Home long term, but it's an emotionally powerful and nuanced take on being a superhero that will last.