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.
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A marvelous exploration of life and purpose, Soul goes deeper than even Pixar's usual standards in detailing the afterlife while still presenting a charming front.
Collateral intelligently makes an audience question their own morality, and follows two men looking for a way to prove they're right.
Just Mercy falls to typical studio formulas, but is helped by fantastic performances and critically important racial injustice themes.
A fun trip through the world of high stakes gambling con men, Shade finds enough tension between bouts of early '00s filmmaking.
Flubbing Fable In this adaptation of Robin Hood, the Sheriff of Nottingham (Ben Mendelsohn) sustains a war with an Arabic populace by feeding citizens lies about immigration. They’ll take …
Driving Mr. Baby Police sirens wail in the background of Baby Driver as much as Baby’s (Ansel Elgort) Tinnitus. The two sounds complement one another. If Baby, a masterful …
Not so Horrible Bosses If the first Horrible Bosses was a sly reaction to financial crisis, this sequel grabs at the cutthroat nature of capitalism – but with idiots. …
Amazing Spider-Man 2 can't decide on which way is forward.
This is a film of growth, even if Rio 2 exhibits little of its own internally.
Unchained finds bodies in piles, and via its own means, out of necessity.