Keanu Reeves’ best movie doesn’t even give others a chance!
Jim Carrey’s best movie is BAD in all the right ways.
Guess what fans say is Henry Cavill’s best movie?
Johnny Depp has all kinds of movies under his belt over a long career. But his best one really stands out from the rest of the resume
A Bruce Willis movie better than Die Hard?
We’ve got the best Margot Robbie movie here and it might not be one you would totally expect, or even think of first out of the gate
George Clooney says to not expect his movies in theaters any time soon.
To pick out a “best” Kevin Costner movie would be hard to do, considering he has played so many roles through so many decades.
Our Peacemaker review digs into the new James Gunn DC series starring John Cena as an idiotic superhero (or supervillain?) looking for redemption. And lots of bloodshed happens along the way.
The Book of Boba Fett gives us the most expanded look at the infamous bounty hunter we’ve ever gotten, and it’s using The Mandalorian to do it.
The Matrix Resurrections revives the franchise in a bold, daring, and definitive way that is going to please some and likely infuriate many others.
Spider-Man: No Way Home brings in the multiverse with more success than failure, but it also backfires against Marvel’s own web-slinging superhero in the worst ways.
Geeks have spent decades debating which franchise is better: Star Trek or Star Wars. Star Trek: Prodigy aims to put that debate to rest by combining both franchises and turning them into a show for tweens.
Last Night in Soho goes full horror, but is it a successful attempt by writer/director Edgar Wright?
Marvel’s Eternals is a misstep for this new phase of superhero movies.
Dune is a sight to behold on the big screen, but is that all there is?
Halloween Kills is one of the biggest disappointments of the year.
Does No Time to Die give Daniel Craig’s James Bond a fitting farewell?
Marvel’s What If…? squanders nearly all of its potential.
Venom: Let There Be Carnage is not the superhero movie you’re expecting.
Foundation is making Dune seem pretty bland.
Clint Eastwood says goodbye.
Star Trek: Lower Decks is back and just as great as ever.
Marvel’s What If…? is a misfire.
The Suicide Squad has blown all expectations out of the water.
Our Jungle Cruise review pulls no punches.
Black Widow is a poor and tardy excuse for a Scarlett Johansson solo Marvel film.
Chris Pratt barely keeps The tomorrow War from totally sinking.
Our Loki review says things are looking good for this new Marvel series.
Mortal Kombat is definitely going to make gorehounds happy.