Is this the year of generic premises in film being done surprisingly well? First it was Booksmart, then it was Long Shot, and now we have Haunt: a generic yet pretty great horror movie.
Godzilla King of the Monsters is big, nonsensical and dumb and I wouldn’t want it any other way.
A thriller with a rom-com feel – A Simple Favor is an intriguing mix I hadn’t come across before.
A mash up of the Hollywood rom-com and the Chinese soap opera, Crazy Rich Asians was a heart-warming watch.
Hands down the best film I have seen all year. I’m predicting it will remain that way too.
Here we go again is an apt name for the film - I actually liked the first one, but this sequel was pretty embarrassing.
I cried. I laughed. I cringed. I groaned. I yawned. Ideal Home had it all – from boredom to excitement to a feature-length advertisement for Taco Bell.
The latest installation of the epic Jurassic Park films is a ‘let’s get the gang back together’ blockbuster valiantly trying to wring another round of cash from modern audiences.
Pretty average film. Not worth the hype. Another identical coin minted from the Marvel coin press. Me? I wasn’t impressed.
While watching A Quiet Place, it occurred to me that most cinemagoers would not survive an hour in silence, myself included.
Blockers exceeded Massive reviewer Emma Rzepecky's expectations as a coming-of-age comedy film, despite the premise surrounding female virginity.