Category Archives: Theatrical Reviews

MIDWAY Theatrical Review

The mostly not-bad WWII epic proves Emmerich still has a bit of THE PATRIOT in him.

TERMINATOR: DARK FATE Theatrical Review

The predictable TERMINATOR: DARK FATE does nothing to elevate or redefine a franchise destined for the scrap heap.

JOKER Theatrical Review

The deeply disturbing JOKER is both flawed message and brilliant messenger.

AD ASTRA Theatrical Review

Brad Pitt has intergalactic daddy issues in the beautiful but flawed and rather average AD ASTRA.

STUBER Theatrical Review

The serviceable but forgettable STUBER plays like a 90’s movie nearly three decades in the making.

SPIDER-MAN: FAR FROM HOME Theatrical Release

The enjoyable FAR FROM HOME caps a mammoth movie series while solidifying Holland as the best Web Head.

TOY STORY 4 Theatrical Review

TOY STORY 4 is by far the weakest of the series and proof that this franchise needs to be boxed and stored in the closet.

MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL Theatrical Review

Funny but nothing special, MEN IN BLACK: INTERNATIONAL entertains but takes no chances in doing so.

X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX Theatrical Review

While not a total disaster, X-MEN: DARK PHOENIX proves why Fox is no longer in the business of storytelling.

GODZILLA: KING OF THE MONSTERS Theatrical Review

TeamGodzilla squashes and pounds their way to Kaiju glory in this entertaining summer tentpole.

AVENGERS: ENDGAME Theatrical Review

AVENGERS: ENDGAME is both a tear-jerker in its finality and enjoyably ridiculous in its logic.

SHAZAM! Theatrical Review

SHAZAM! proves its mettle as a worthy DCEU film, but can’t escape the shadow of its better MCU brother.

CAPTAIN MARVEL Theatrical Review

CAPTAIN MARVEL wears its star proudly as we gear up for the MCU’s great cosmic battle.

ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL Theatrical Review

Matt Cummings crushes on the post-apocalyptic ALITA: BATTLE ANGEL.

THE LEGO MOVIE 2: THE SECOND PART Theatrical Review

While insanely funny, THE LEGO MOVIE 2: THE SECOND PART never matches the spirit of the original.

GLASS Theatrical Review

Matt Cummings wonders what could have been as GLASS completes Shyamalan’s superhero trilogy.