Scooby-Doo and the rest of the gang meet Batman in their latest team up, Scooby-Doo! & Batman: The Brave and the Bold, a straight-to-DVD adventure where the world’s greatest detective and these meddling kids take on a literal ghost from Batman’s past! (A review copy was provided by Warner Bros. Home Entertainment!)
Den of Thieves is the tale of several unlikable thieves planning a heist while a crew of more unlikable cops works to try and stop them. Try rewatching the Fast and the Furious films.
Rey is a hero because she has chosen to act like a hero, and that is more powerful than any Skywalker will ever be.
The Commuter is genuinely tense for the first maybe two thirds, the audience is in the dark about the nature of what’s happening. There is a conspiracy and bad guys seem to be everywhere, but the last act drags a bit and has some really uninspiring moments.
The nicest, most polite and charming movie of the year (and maybe ever?) is here! Paddington 2 sees Ben Whishaw return and teach us: so long as we are kind and polite, the world will be right!
Take a look at your list and let us know in the comments which of these movies, if any, were your favorite this year and what we missed out on!
Anakin Skywalker was the force that the galaxy could have never anticipated. Darth Vader is known as one of the top villains of all time. And yet, at the end, he chose the light. Could it be that we’re seeing a redemption arc for Anakin through the eyes of Kylo Ren?
We sat down with 12-year-old star Kian and director Justin Zimmerman to discuss their Kickstarter venture for post-production costs on the indie monster movie MADE YOU LOOK.
I, Tonya is a never-ending cycle of violence without triumph or redemption, and it’s completely demoralizing. I am so thoroughly tired of depictions of violence against women being portrayed as ‘edgy’ and ‘revolutionary.’ Filmmakers should know better, and I’m sick of it.