Lying and Stealing is a quick film which may not leave a lasting impact but is a pleasant way to kill an hour and a half.
In Batman’s latest adventure, he flirts with the idea of normalcy as a new villain threatens to use his rogue gallery, allies even, against him.
We Belong Together, like most “That woman is crazy!” films, doesn’t make said woman a complicated figure but more so a generic replica of what you’re already familiar with.
Point Blank somehow has car chases, bullets, and corrupt cops yet doesn’t present much of a thrill despite all that.
Black & Privileged: Volume 1, may have some campy performances, but it’s message outweighs what may make you divisive.
Made In Malta shows why closure is so difficult to obtain and perhaps is best left to fiction and dreams.
Silent Panic may feel a bit like a bait and switch, but that doesn’t mean you won’t come to enjoy what you’re ultimately given.
While many of the stories end at their peak, lack closure, and barely feel about Berlin, Berlin, I Love You, still reminds you why this long-running series continues.
Yesterday harnesses the nostalgia which comes from listening to The Beatles to deliver a rather awkward, if not one-sided and uncomfortable love story.