Despite impassioned performances, Lisa Frankenstein can’t overcome an unconfident screenplay and its PG-13 trappings.
Michael Mann’s Ferrari boasts two electrifying lead performances in one of the most suffocating biopics of the year.
While Leave the World Behind’s ambition is laudable, it unfortunately amounts to little of interest by the time its credits roll.
Leo boasts from a deeply bizarre structure and perfectly-timed humor from Adam Sandler, despite shoddy animation.
Paul Giamatti delivers his best performance in years in The Holdovers, a film that’s neither cozy nor too dark.
Colman Domingo’s exceptional performance in Rustin helps elevate its more generic aspects.
Despite entertaining performances from Bokeem Woodbine and Bobby Cannavale, Old Dads remains a painfully unfunny and uncomfortable affair.
Despite a predictable story and a shoddy aesthetic, Totally Killer works thanks to the impassioned performances of Kiernan Shipka and Olivia Holt.
Pet Sematary: Bloodlines is a poorly-constructed horror film that offers limp scares instead of something more thoughtful.
While it suffers from a conventional story and aesthetic shortcomings, Flora and Son overcomes them due to a strong lead performance from Eve Hewson.