Tribes of Europa does well in getting you interested in a post-apocalypse Europe, but more so in how the world and cultures shifted than its characters.
Despite being a theatrical release, something about Long Weekend feels very much like a VoD release that somehow snuck into theaters.
Chaos Walking doesn’t necessarily utilize Daisy Ridley to its best, but Tom Holland, Mads Mikkelsen, and David Oyelowo compensate for that.
Netflix has a new epic on its hands and considering the vast and complicated world in Tribes of Europa, there is more going for it than against it.
Living up to its title a bit, You Wouldn’t Understand presents a story that leaves you wanting to rewatch for you swear you might have missed something.
Superintelligence follows the usual Melissa McCarthy movie formula, so as long as you’re a fan of hers, you’ll enjoy the film.
“Love and Monsters” reminds you Dylan O’Brien is one of this generation’s top action stars and will likely be the one people compare others to in the future.
While “Raised By Wolves” starts off with so much promise, by the end of season 1, nearly every bit of its potential is lost.
With a basic foundation rooted in rogue AI and familiarity, while “neXt” doesn’t make a splashy introduction, it shows potential.
The anthology series, “Soulmates,” begins with the question: If science could possibly provide you with a soul mate, would you take the test and take the leap of faith?