From beginning to end, Spider-Man: Far From Home is a total delight. It builds on what made Homecoming so enjoyable and has an impact on the MCU in a way that few solo films ever do.
Roy reviews a Netflix original horror movie, about a grieving mother and a magical boy made of clay, whom she makes to strike down her enemies.
Mark Hamill brings the creepy and fun, breathing new life into this thoughtful reboot of the Child’s Play franchise, that surprises with its scares and humor.
An all-new team of Men In Black (and Women In Black, but don’t get Agent O started) reintroduce the classic sci-fi comedy franchise for a new generation.
Fox’s X-Men franchise ends as a paradox – a muted spectacle that seems halfheartedly executed even as it focuses almost entirely on keeping up appearances.
The ghosts of the past, both figurative and literal, haunt a group of Confederate soldiers, in this Western-themed horror film from 2004.
Taron Egerton embodies Elton John in a powerful and emotional musical fantasy, detailing John’s rise to success and the demons he fought along the way.
Godzilla: King of the Monsters is simply put a great Godzilla movie. There’s action, spectacle, and all the thrills expected of a film built around the clashing of Titans.