Tenet heads to theaters this weekend to enthrall audiences with an entertaining and "trippy" story that sometimes gets tangled within itself.
Netflix has outdone itself with '365 Days' capturing a part Polish and part Italian film that is all things "50 Shades" SEXXXY and more.
You've seen Netflix's "The Witcher" twice, wore out your "Lord of the Rings" DVD's, and are still pissed off at how HBO's "Game of Thrones" ended, so what else is out there to watch in the fantasy genre that doesn't suck?
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"The Fare" is a modern day example of what happens when you have a talented team who share a vision that can work well together.
The Other Lamb is high on atmosphere and low on story. There was potential here to strike a chord in the horror film genre, unfortunately it misses the mark.
Netflix's "Tiger King" features explosions, music videos, murder, polygamy, lots and lots of lions and tigers, and even a love story.
Looking to dive into a new series to take your mind away from toilet paper hoarding and social distancing requests? Check out the best new science fiction TV show you never heard of on EPIX, War of the Worlds.
Wearing rose colored horror genre glasses, Come To Daddy has a certain amount of charm. It's a story that goes in one direction and by the third act goes in a totally different one ala Pulp Fiction.
Rhythm Section opening this weekend and starring Blake Lively has a dumb movie title. There isn't anything here about drums and music except maybe a beating heart. Nonetheless, the film is way better than mainstream critics are giving it credit for.
Guy Ritchie's talent for creating tangled webs of story with dynamic characters is attested with "The Gentlemen."
I've got two words that describe Dolittle: "Mindless" and "Numbing." That's how I felt leaving the theater amongst quiet kids who didn't seem to love it.
"VFW" is definitely a throw back to the exploitation films of the 80's. It's got plenty of grindhouse gore but what sets it apart from many of those films of yesteryear, is director Joe Begos.
Masterful story-telling from Robert Eggers and stellar performances from Willem Dafoe and Robert Pattison. A must-see in the theater experience.
Saint Maud is a beauty of a thriller that doubles as a horror flick, this film packs some intense moments from start to finish.
Done to death and riddled with cliches, "Angel's" lack luster story didn't help this film break any new or interesting ground in character development this time out. The one exception is the addition of Nolte's character.
Charming and genuine in every scene, "The Peanut Butter Falcon" offers a little something for everyone starring Shia LaBeouf, Zack Gottsagen, and Thomas Haden Church.