Just as inspirational but more intimate and understated than most films in this genre.
A stunning comeback for Brendan Fraser and so much more.
Visually arresting but thematically unimaginative, it shows promise that unfortunately fizzles out.
At once lighthearted and poignant, this documentary portrait eloquently confirms why we love cats.
Sam explores the only full-fledged prequel to the original film.
Although it tries to stand out with wry humor and heartfelt performances, Smile is still all too familiar.
Sam explores the personal, universal power of the 1984 horror classic that birthed one of the best onscreen bogeymen.
A seemingly preachy premise makes for a witty, action-packed and surprisingly timely animated film.
While it’s far from a great movie, "Sonic 2" has enough to please kids, adults’ inner kids and their more mature tastes.
This survival thriller works best in the eye of the storm rather than outside of it.
Sam writes about the first Batman movie he saw on the big screen.
The fourth film in the stunt comedy franchise is cathartic and vicariously thrilling.
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