Far more fun than any expectation, 21 Jump Street is not only funny, but hones in on how quickly things change after high school.
Category: 4K Comedy
22 Jump Street is the exact same movie as its predecessor and that's the joke. A funny one, too.
A film bridging American generations, Tim Burton uses Beetlejuice to preserve small rural living and... not living.
A fun (if heavily fictionalized) take on a WWII-era women's baseball team, A League of Their Own carries enough sanitized charm to give it a pass.
Still a satirical masterpiece (if only it were less real), Dr. Strangelove loses none of its staying power over sixty years later.
On a mission from God, the Blues Brothers see America through music, and exposing the many systemic faults in the process.
Although covered by slick dialog, The Gentlemen draws too strict a line between heroes and villains when no one in this story is free of guilt.
While everything closes too neatly, Jojo Rabbit reflects the now as much as the past in order to show there's still hope.
While the mystery's final reveal is deflating in its simplicity, Knives Out succeeds in taking a western view of a rich/poor dynamic.
Lacking in plot and sticking to formula, Zombieland: Double Tap overcomes those issues through humor and gory flair.
Tarantino mourns the loss of cinema's glossiness in Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, bridging nostalgia and honesty through fiction.
Taking the Browns to the Super Bowl The goal for those surviving in Zombieland is to give a child one day to be a kid. That means a night …