Leap! is an unusual film in many ways, not least its attitude towards young women and its sense of purpose. It's slightly flawed, but with a character that will win over audiences.
Edgar Wright's latest exposes the flaws inherent in his previous films, and they are highlighted because they actually matter now that he's not in a genre of slapstick, goofy humor. Still, his abiliti...
It's a Rough Night, but it's not as funny as it should be. This one is still worth the effort, and able to provide some laughs, but you'll be left wishing it could have brought it all together.
The Mummy had a lot of elements that could have put it among the year's best adventures, but it is so desperate to make sure it crams in tedium that it has no chance at capitalizing.
The first half of Wonder Woman makes you expect a 10, and while it doesn't fall apart, it hits a lot of snags that would have been easy to avoid.
Heartland is worth the time, but it mostly can't get out of its own way and doesn't have the sensibility needed to get to its story.
Alien is over, though there will likely be more, and so is Ridley Scott.
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