Johnson’s latest is a twisty murder whodunit in the vein of Agatha Christie.
The latest DC films continues to lighten the mood, blending goofy fun with the usual superheroics.
So far, most critics are singing the praises of Marvel’s first female-led superhero movie.
It looks like Joe Cornish has created a delightful, and surprisingly relevant, update of the Arthurian legends.
While perhaps not as original as its predecessor, Incredibles 2 is a worthy followup.
Critics laud the movie’s Afrofuturistic aesthetic, strong female characters, and complex villain (among other things).
The overall consensus? Writer/director Rian Johnson has made a Star Wars movie for the ages.
Critics say Baby Driver is filled with the sort of vibe and energy we’ve come to love and expect from Edgar Wright.
The second outing for Marvel’s outer space misfits sounds like it’ll be just as much fun as the first.
Studio Ghibli’s other master releases his first film in 14 years, a retelling of a classic Japanese fairy tale.
So far, the reviews coming out of Sundance have been exactly what I expecting/hoping.