The King’s Men rids itself of its predecessors’ flashy style and humor for a more serious tone and tighter story.
Spiderman: No Way Home honors the legacy of the previous film iterations and shows Marvel/Disney/Sony have bottomless pockets.
Cooper’s charm, and Blanchett’s mischievous persona, are used to offset an overload of foreshadowing and a second-half which makes you wish this movie wasn’t 2 ½ hours.
The end of the trilogy is an utter free for all as bullets fly, threats are issues, and you are left wondering who will actually be alive by the time the credits roll?
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True Story: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Chapter 1: The King of Comedy” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)
As most comedians, Kevin Hart continues his pursuit of diversifying his portfolio and while “The Kid” plays on what he knows, it is likely what makes his performance believable.
For The Love Of Money may not stand out amongst crime dramas, but the storyline and performances keep you from getting bored.
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Squid Games: Season 1/ Episode 1 “Red Light, Green Light” [Series Premiere] – Recap/ Review (with Spoilers)
In its premiere episode, while things seem a bit dry at first, about halfway through the episode, you see what has people hyped about Squid Games.
In this reboot of Resident Evil, all the familiar names from the video game are introduced in an origin story format.
While many may find the hook to be Lucy Hale in a police drama, believe me when I say the murder mystery, and all that’s behind it, is what makes you stick around.
For those who are fans of Ryan Reynolds and Dwayne Johnson’s shtick, Red Notice was made just for you.