Washington, Leto, and Malik are a powerhouse of commendable performances that are unfortunately wasted on a slow and disappointing film. The Little Things starts out with an intriguing murder mystery but spends most of its runtime dancing around solving it and ultimately, to my disdain, doesn't reveal the killer. It's such an unsatisfying conclusion.
An action-packed adventure that lives up to its title with a lot of cool monsters and none other than Milla Jovovich to hunt them. Monster Hunter is the kind of movie that's really only awesome because after a year of movie deprivation thanks to the pandemic has everyone aching to watch a solid, big budget Hollywood production.
More of a new rendition than a remake, Wrong Turn ditches the mutant cannibals for a nomadic cult and it's a welcome change. The film is definitely the best in the franchise since the first one with decent acting, stunts, and special effects makeup compared to the others. It's bloody and gory and very enjoyable even after the credits roll. That ending takes it to a whole new level.
It's messy, confusing and all over the place but Elizabeth Moss is one hell of an actress. Her performance is captivating and while Shirley is a boring psychological thriller, it's watchable thanks to her.
I wasn't expecting to like it as much I did but I didn't expect it to be this good. Don't be fooled by the comedy label on Promising Young Women because it's not as funny as it is thought-provoking and heartbreaking. Its timely story and outstanding lead actress put together a movie that will make men uncomfortable and women unhinged. It might seem a little uneventful at first, but it's all worth watching for that satisfying ending.