Captain Marvel nods towards being the first female-led Marvel movie, but other than that, it’s what fans of the MCU are long used to for better and worse.
The Hard Way pushes you to wonder why Michael J. White isn’t an action star with decent budget movies, beyond Spawn, in his filmography?
Despite being a horror movie which had no marketing, and seems cheesy, Haunting on Fraternity Row is surprisingly good.
Madea’s final bow may be a slight disappointment, but the laughs will remind you of why you fell in love with the character.
The Changeover is a simple, slightly grim tale which may lack flair, but does leave you wanting more.
Alone/Together is a bit forgettable, but makes for a breezy watch, as most Philippines based romances do.
Isn’t It Romantic is not only comical but finds an appropriate way to address what it is like to be a woman who is plus sized without making her the joke.
Alita: Battle Angel may have stunning action and special effects, but it’s mostly for naught since the emotional element is very hit and miss.