Joker is not a rallying cry for the repressed. It is not a tribute to the kind of movies that aren’t made anymore. It’s just plain dull and predictable.
Pennywise returns in an entertaining, yet overly ambitiously and overly-long second chapter of one of Stephen King’s greatest stories.
Tra la la la la la bleh! Here comes a film featuring characters no one under 40 will recognize, which attempts to scare us with lousy results.
Rocko’s Modern Life returns in a surprisingly deep Netflix movie about soulless reboots and mining nostalgia to make a quick buck. (Looking at you, Disney!)
Enter into the retro world of The Mihmiverse with this fun, family-friendly tribute to the matinee movies of yore, as Danny Johnson Saves The World!
Quentin Tarantino is at his most Tarantino-ist in this controversial new look at a major event in Hollywood history that is one of the finest films he’s made.
The fictionalized story of how the Disco act The Village People found fame is told through ridiculous musical numbers and questionable acting choices.
The Lion King reaches new lows, as Disney continues their trend of remaking their classic animated movies as CGI-infused live-action abominations.