Though rough around the edges, Gook is a strong sophomore effort from writer-director Justin Chon. Advertisements
Love, Simon is perfectly watchable and rather likeable, but its slavish devotion to the Young Adult romance genre causes its big hook to feel inadvertently condescending.
Walk Like a Panther is an absolute embarrassment. Not just to everybody involved in making it, but British wrestling, British comedy, and British cinema as a whole.
The Third Murder represents a largely-successful attempt by Hirokazu Kore-eda to branch out of his niche without losing his singular authorial voice.
It won’t blow anybody’s mind and suffers from simplistic filmmaking, but Rex is a fine drama with a quietly quality Kate Mara performance.
Mostly for worse, Aaron Sorkin’s directorial debut, Molly’s Game, is pure unchecked Sorkin.
Lost in Paris will absolutely not be for everyone, but those who can vibe with it are in for a sweet, fun, if insubstantial love letter to 20s slapstick cinema.
It’s about 3 years too late, will win no new fans, and never escapes feeling like The Film of The TV Show, but My Little Pony: The Movie serves as an enjoyable microcosm of why Friendship is Magic is so beloved.
Although it slightly whiffs the ending, The Road to Mandalay is a quietly moving and empathetic portrait of life as an undocumented immigrant.
With Kingsman: The Golden Circle, Matthew Vaughn has finally made a boring movie.