Sex Appeal fails to reach the highs of films like Booksmart and Superbad and ends up toiling in the well-worn genre of teen sex comedies.
Author: Carlos Ovalle
Two-time Oscar-winning director and writer Asghar Farhadi crafts a gripping tale in A Hero that may feel too familiar but still delivers in spades with strong acting performances.
Single All the Way is a by-the-numbers love story from Netflix told with an LGBQT twist that is both funny and charming despite playing it safe throughout.
Still, at just under 90 minutes, No One Gets Out Alive delivers enough creepy atmosphere and solid performances for a painless night of horror movie binging
When I Consume You delivers a surprising twist early on that promptly sets the table, a creepy adversary, and a moody atmosphere to boot.
Overall, The Righteous starts intense and intriguing, but it ultimately feels like a stage play that went on for too long.
With a strong ensemble cast, a riveting second and third act, and an atmosphere rich in mystery and dread, how can you go wrong?
Baby Money is a taut crime heist gone wrong, much in the vein of 2017’s Good Time but without the directorial flair and finesse of the Safdie Brothers.