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.
The Meg? More like The Meh. With terrible CGI and phoned-in performances by those actors who aren’t hamming it up, The Meg makes Sharknado look like Jaws.
Does this beloved novel that celebrates geeky nostalgia translate well to the silver screen in the hands of Steven Spielberg?
With cheap special effects and phoned-in performances by actors who have done much better, Geostorm makes The Day After Tomorrow seem like Ben Hur.
While not as clever or strong as the earlier Lego movies and despite having some plot points ripped off from Star Wars, The Lego Ninjago Movie still has charm.
Prepare yourself for one of the best cinematic adaptations of a Stephen King property since The Green Mile as Stephen King’s It comes to life on the big screen!