I laughed. I oo’ed and awe’d. I smiled. I bought Tom Holland as Peter Parker/Spider-Man even more than in Homecoming. The real scene-stealer here is Zendaya, though, and she is the glue that holds this entire movie together. Watch the rest of the review below! Advertisements
The strongest aspect of Yesterday lies with its leads, actors Himesh Patel and Lily James. Danny Boyle is really all you need to see a film these days, at least for me, but this film is really glued together because of both the leads’ chemistry. I like The Beatles, I know others who love ’em, but …
I haven’t seen a film this year that’s produced such emotion for me like I have with The Last Black Man in San Francisco.
Adorable Pokémon? Check. Beautiful CGI? Check. Ryan Reynolds’s humor? Check. An overall good film? Well… Watch the rest of my review below!
Hello, Marvel Cinematic Universe: Meet your new #1 film. Watch the rest of my review below!
Say what you will about Little, but this comedy didn’t need an overly complex plot or off-the-chart character development to make me laugh. Watch the rest of my review below!
The DC Extended Universe has been a mess. There’s nothing about Justice League and Batman v. Superman that inspires confidence in the DCEU succeeding for the long run. But Shazam! isn’t the DCEU — it’s almost a different breed. There’s a beautiful blend of comedy, drama and feel-good moments that make this a top two DC/Warner Bros. film (the first being Wonder …