• Candyman



    There's a lot of interesting ideas going on but they never really go that far with any of them and it ends up a bit messy and sticking in too many different directions that don't get wrapped up. But good performances for the most part and it looks good.

  • The Batman

    The Batman


    Loved a lot of elements here. The way it's shot, the acting from pretty much everyone, the more investigative elements. It is too long though, even though I had a good time. And I wasn't quite down with the heavy emo Batman, but when suited up, he was great.

  • King Richard

    King Richard


    Good performances all around, but fairly standard stuff.

  • Space Jam: A New Legacy

    Space Jam: A New Legacy

    This is terrible. There's nothing funny about it and they go so big as that would make up for it. The original was charming and silly but this one just crams everything in and is so hectic and all over the place. Also, Jordan did it better.

  • Wildlife



    Great performances, really nice cinematography but not really engaging to that super emotional level.

  • Promising Young Woman

    Promising Young Woman


    Completely blown away by this. It is not a perfect film. I think there are lines or elements that I didn't dig quite so much, but I would have to go back to find them. And I want to. I want to revisit it immediately because it left me with so many feelings. It has one of the hardest-to-watch-scenes for me in a long time. And Carey Mulligan is just extraordinary here. Always love her, but this is next level. How about that soundtrack as well?

  • What Dreams May Come

    What Dreams May Come


    Slightly disappointed since I'd wanted to check this out for a while, but it has some fantastic visuals and Robin Williams delivers.

  • The Mauritanian

    The Mauritanian


    It's pretty standard but it's well told and acted.

  • Sound of Metal

    Sound of Metal


    Such a great performance, and I liked so many parts of it, but it does kind of lose steam towards the end for me.

  • Riders of Justice

    Riders of Justice


    Brilliant film to return to the theatres to. Absolutely loved it. It's hilarious, sad, intense, beautiful, everything you want in a film. It also feels a fair few levels above Danish film standards. It looks great, the effects are good, and the acting is just fantastic of course. Great to see Mads Mikkelsen being a bit of a badass again, it's been a while, it seems. Loved all the themes, randomness, statistics, all of it. Great stuff.

  • The Little Things

    The Little Things


    I dig a lot of the ideas here and Denzel is solid as always. The film looks pretty good as well. But other than that, it's quite messy. It's trying to tackle too many themes and ideas, and it ends up not being able to cover any of them all that well. Rami Malek is also just not doing it here, it feels like he doesn't fit in this role.

  • Rendition



    Everyone is just super passive in this film and things just happen. The split narrative is also just annoying and doesn't go anywhere at all.