Sextuplets is made strictly for fans of the comedic style Marlon Wayans has had since the 90s. Which is in desperate need of an update.
In Woodstock Or Bust, you get a film which teeters from being carefree, sometimes juvenile, to tapping into the darkness of the Northwest in 1969.
Into The Dark: School Spirit is a perfect SVoD release for it’s not good enough for theaters, or to pay for on its own.
While the twist, and what comes after, in Running Out Of Time may leave you a little divisive, I’d submit Stokes and Houston are becoming better storytellers.
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.