★★★ Watched 17 Sep, 2020
Its undeniable charm and playful whimsy are not quite enough to sell me on this all too simplistically condensed adaptation of Dickens' classic novel.
★★★ Watched 16 Sep, 2020
Its narrative is overly on-the-nose, but simply watching Catherine Deneuve do her thing goes a long way toward making La Vérité worthwhile.
★★½ Watched 13 Aug, 2020
The Legacy of the Bones, the second installment of the Baztán trilogy, offers up much of the same, both where its plot and its level of entertainment are concerned.
★★½ Watched 12 Aug, 2020
The Invisible Guardian tries a little too hard with its plot, but does deliver some entertainment, albeit of the non-earth-shattering kind.
★★ Watched 05 Aug, 2020
21 Bridges rather fruitlessly attempts to mask its plethora of flaws with its, admittedly engaging, fast pacing.
★½ Watched 31 Jul, 2020
Flimsy and forgettable, My Spy is an uninspired and unnecessary outing for all involved.
★★½ Watched 30 Jul, 2020
Hotel Mumbai is intense in a most harrowing manner, with its unrelenting violence almost eradicating its humanity.
★★★ Watched 12 Jul, 2020
Mucho Mucho Amor is a surprisingly ordinary documentary considering its most extraordinary subject.
★★½ Watched 10 Jul, 2020
22 Jump Street somehow manages to turn its repetitiveness into both its strength and its weakness.
★★★½ Watched 05 Jul, 2020
Disclosure is a more than solid start to a conversation that needs to be had, and one that will hopefully not stop here.
★★★ Watched 04 Jul, 2020
Its supporting cast knocks it out of the park, picking up the slack for the all too limited acting abilities of Pete Davidson.
★★ Watched 28 Jun, 2020
Escape From Pretoria needs fewer scenes spent on carving keys from wood and a whole lot more dedicated to some actual character development.