While successful in mood and style, The Batman's stuffy, overwrought runtime doesn't feel necessary or useful to this unique take on the character.
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Even beyond the ludicrous premise, Moonfall's conspiratorial nonsense doesn't even deserve the two hours needed to appreciate the disaster movie destruction.
Insipid, obvious, and frustratingly angst-filled, Matrix Resurrections whiffs when trying to make a point about the studio system and the current run of franchise filmmaking.
Confined to a prison ward, The Green Mile brilliantly explores life, empathy, revenge, and religious beliefs through its genuine characters.
Separated from the politics of the war itself, Hurt Locker follows a "day in the life" and mental toll of American soldiers determined to do a job,
Ghostbusters: Afterlife mixes bulky nostalgia with a fresh, creative comic zest to successfully bring this franchise back.
The Netflix series Haunting of Bly Manor adapts a classic ghost tale with mixed success.
Dune preserves the source novel's integrity, preserving the political intrigue and character depth via clear, carefully defined script.
Other than a moment of public panic, Halloween Kills provides nothing other than dull formula and nothing to enhance Michael Meyers' maniacal persona.
Having fun at our current technologically-inclined expense, Mitchells vs the Machines is a rapid fun with a smart family drama at the center.
Vapid and brief, Venom: Let There Be Carnage offers no substantial storytelling value to these characters other than a few rounds of fan service.
Lost in translation, Final Fantasy: The Spirits Within is on the precipice of classic sci-fi, but turns to mush in trying to appease west/east cultures simultaneously.