With the rare 40+ minute pilot, Tokyo 24th Ward seems to want to set a difficult precedent for other anime to follow in 2022.
While the premiere feels formulaic, it does present itself as an entertaining new entry into the Star Wars franchise.
In this 2 hour sci-fi, time-traveling film, we’re given a beautiful brother/sister relationship based on them only having each other after a series of losses.
Spiderman: No Way Home honors the legacy of the previous film iterations and shows Marvel/Disney/Sony have bottomless pockets.
With an FX/ Adult Swim vibe, Luv U Cuz might be one of the strangest animated shorts out of NewFest but might be one of the most memorable things we’ve seen overall.
Zone 414 may have all the fixtures of an intriguing sci-fi mystery, but it fails to live up to its potential.
Free Guy presents Ryan Reynolds as you have seen him many times before, but, thankfully, his shtick hasn’t gotten old yet.
In this sometimes slow-moving sci-fi drama, you’re reminded of what the cost for survival can be in a post-apocalyptic world – and it often is more than you’re willing to give.
In 11 minutes, you get one of the cutest animated sci-fi love stories since Wall-E.
Awake could put you to sleep if it wasn’t for the much-needed screams and sounds of bullets being fired.