Dog Days at least has the decency to be entertainingly bad. Advertisements
Though not without its inspired moments, Ralph Breaks the Internet’s wild non-focus results in nothing so much as an upmarket Emoji Movie.
Once again, an NXT TakeOver event delivered the goods.
Siberia is a parody of broodingly serious antihero dramas that forgot to bring any intentional jokes.
Illumination’s take on The Grinch is not incompetent but it is thoroughly inessential.
A film that misfires as spectacularly as The Nutcracker and the Four Realms has no right to be this boring.
Against all the odds, WWE’s first all-women PPV wound up their best all-round PPV of 2018.
The intermittently powerful Fahrenheit 11/9 cements Michael Moore’s irrelevance whilst simultaneously being his most vital film in years.
Mile 22 is appalling shite.
The 10th Annual Hell in a Cell was one of the better main-roster WWE PPVs of the year so far. Then the Main Event happened…