A tremendous dud, Morbius' failure is the internet's gain, providing potential memes for years.
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Teetering on the verge of brilliant satire, Uncle Sam whiffs by playing itself totally straight and wasting the opportunity.
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.
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.
Well translated from the source videogames, Uncharted is perfectly forgettable entertainment that if nothing else, exposes the material's limitations for storytelling.
A smartly conceived take on slasher cinema and inner city lore, Candyman's power lies in its lasting social consciousness.
Intelligently approaching awkward coming-of-age issues, Turning Red is delightful with a goofy sense of humor suited to the story.
Infinite whiffs at using sci-fi for a deeper purpose, instead falling to heavy exposition and bland digital chases.
Death on the Nile is rich and luxurious, even overly glossy, as a capable murder mystery begins to take hold.
Even beyond the ludicrous premise, Moonfall's conspiratorial nonsense doesn't even deserve the two hours needed to appreciate the disaster movie destruction.
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.
A charming coming-of-age story about standing out in a large family, Encanto fits comfortably into the Disney formula with a distinctive Colombian touch.