Rated R

Babes (2024) Movie Review

“Babes,” starring Ilana Glazer of “Broad City” and “Survival of the Thickest” star Michelle Buteau, lead Pamela Adlon’s movie depicting the changes a person goes through once they have kids, from their romantic to platonic relationships.

The Image of You (2024) Movie Review

Starring Sasha Pieterse of “Pretty Little Liars” fame, in this digital release, we watch as twin girls attracted to the same man create collateral damage in pursuit of that man.

Boy Kills World (2024) Movie Review

Bloody and gory, as promised, “Boy Kills World” is an action movie that, in the latter half, tries to switch things up to possibly good results.

Abigail (2024) Movie Review

While “Abigail” certain has developed characters that could derive interest, the story is made to only be good enough if the only thing you desire is the type of violence only a vampire movie could have.

Arcadian (2024) Movie Review

In a world where monsters attack at night, we see yet another world, post-apocalypse, where a handful of people struggle to survive.

Civil War (2024) Movie Review

In a movie that largely sidesteps what the war is about, “Civil War” puts us in the point of view of journalists who make it clear there are no heroes in war, just dead bodies.

Sting (2024) Movie Review

Paired with tapping into fears of arachnophobia is a young girl trying to deal with her mom having a new baby and her stepdad trying to fill in the spot her biological dad abandoned.

Scrambled – Movie Review and Summary

While it hones in on the comedy, “Scrambled” also recognizes the societal pressure to have kids and a family, and having things figured out by a certain age can trigger a meltdown.

Dutch – Movie Review and Summary

In what feels like a wasted opportunity for a show vs. a movie, a man goes on a trial where he knows the cards are stacked against him.

Role Play (2024) – Movie Review

In this watch and forget you saw it type movie, we learn about a woman who is trying to end her contract killer so that, for the first time in her life, she can have normalcy.

Good Grief (2024) – Movie Review

In “Good Grief,” the universality of loneliness is explored, whether single due to death, a break-up, rejection, or just never getting to be “The One.”

Anyone But You (2023) – Movie Review

In “Anyone But You” two people find themselves in a push and pull situation as they fake a relationship they realize might be just what they needed.

Maestro (2023) – Review and Summary

Like Leonard Bernstein himself, Bradley Cooper’s “Maestro” stays intriguing and frustrating in what it decides to show and hide about the legendary composer.

May December (2023) – Movie Review/Summary

While Julianne Moore and Natalie Portman face off in ways that remind you of their most wicked characters, Charles Melton, trapped in the middle, finds room to have a remarkable performance, likely to shift his career.