Fast moving, patriotic action scenes keep the spunky Magnificent Warriors wildly entertaining.
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Surreal, wild, inventive, and totally lacking control, Everything Everywhere All at Once celebrates life's possibilities and chaos.
While Shang-Chi oftentimes feels more like a soulless mimic of Hong Kong cinema, the culture mix results in something distinctive.
Mechanic: Retired (Hopefully) Mechanic: Resurrection is designed to be consumed by 20-somethings who enjoy watching a 40-something blow stuff up, peddled by 60-somethings who know how to market a …
Bastardization or not, Supercop doesn't cut out Jackie Chan or his stunt work.
Danny Boyle’s Sunshine nearly becomes one of the best “save the world from inevitable destruction” movies ever made. Its visuals are breathtaking, its story gripping, and the performances are …