While it lacks the emotional oomph it should, X-Men: Dark Phoenix attempts to compensate that with quality action scenes and VFX.
First Impression is a bargain bin movie which is corny, may not have the best plot but is nonetheless enjoyable.
Oh, Ramona! has a mini-series vibe which makes the movie, while enjoyable, feel long.
Always Be My Maybe is definitely longer than it should be, but that doesn’t take away from the light comedy, cute romance, and moments which may make you tear up.
Late Night attempts to address ageism, racism, and sexism, while still being funny, and throwing in a bit of romance, and buckles under such lofty goals.
Over time, you think you build up a tolerance for messed up movies and yet The Perfection will still likely leaving your mouth gaping open.
Rocketman is like a stage musical turned movie, and if it wasn't so long and arduous, it could be perfect for both die-hard and casual Elton John fans.
Compared to the book, the film version of The Sun Is Also A Star loses what made Natasha such a great character and, plainly, is a disappointing adaptation.