“Bullet Train” reminds you not only of Brad Pitt’s star power but also how action at its best is done in close quarters.
In this action-packed movie, a young princess (who isn’t given an actual name) takes her fate into her own hands, even if it means putting her kingdom at risk.
One of Netflix’s most identifiable franchises has come to an end, and while some imperfections of past entries remain, fans will be satisfied by the conclusion.
Throughout October, Amazon, in partnership with the legendary horror studio Blumhouse, is releasing a series of twisted films, focused on people of color. Check them out!
While it’s two hour time length makes it lag in some parts, by the end of “The Kissing Booth 2,” you are left wondering when is the next one?
Remember, “The Kissing Booth?” The 2018 Netflix sensation? Yeah, two years later, and after Joey King massively blew up as an actress, it’s getting a sequel.
Based on a true story, The Act pushes all involved past what you might expect for some and others towards a reminder of why they have had such long careers.
On one hand, The Kissing Booth can be seen as a conversation on a young woman’s autonomy. On the other, it is a simple, sweet, and kind of cheesy romantic comedy.
Joey King continues to build up the idea that she is definitely someone to keep on your radar. For while Smartass kind of seems like a “meh” film, her persona makes it something worth seeing. As for why? Well, look below.
If interested in Wish Upon, I want you to walk in with a post-Child’s Play, pre 2nd reboot, Chucky mindset. In that, while things are kind of graphic, they are also comical and a bit cheesy. Alongside that, I implore you to either bring a friend who gives comical commentary or go to a theater…