Force of Nature: The Dry 2

This follow-up to 2020’s excellent Outback-set mystery/thriller is a fairly compelling film set in the wilds of an Australian forest; five women head out on a corporate hiking retreat, but only four return. Eric Bana leads the way as Federal Agent Aaron Falk (the only connection to the original film), […]

Read More

Mother of the Bride

If I could just drop my head in my hands and walk away, I would. Even grading on the curve of this being a silly little Hallmark-y Netflix original, it’s easily among the most pointless and utterly vapid of its ilk in years. Brooke Shields and Benjamin Bratt star as […]

Read More

Let It Be (Remastered)

The Beatles’ 1970 documentary (directed by Michael Lindsay-Hogg) about the production of their last studio album gets a fresh new look thanks to Peter Jackson, following up his expansive ‘Get Back’ series for Disney+ back in 2021. Essentially a lead-up to (and including) the famed rooftop concert, the film shows […]

Read More

Kiss the Future

Set against the backdrop of the 1990s Bosnian War, particularly the horrors of the Seige of Sarajevo, this documentary is a moving and ultimately stand-up-and-cheer effort. Co-produced by Matt Damon and Ben Affleck, it delves into how the underground music scene helped raise awareness of the atrocities and then accelerated […]

Read More

Unfrosted

What in the wide, wide world of sports is going on here?? This patently unfunny and downright ridiculous effort from Jerry Seinfeld has all the trappings of being at least somewhat watchable (the race to get toaster pastries to market certainly hasn’t had its day in the sun yet, and […]

Read More

The Fall Guy

It certainly makes sense that, if anyone would make a gangbusters popcorn flick about stuntmen, it would be David Leitch. The former stunt double for Brad Pitt, he then graduated to stunt coordination before becoming a director (‘Atomic Blonde’, ‘Deadpool 2’). His fifth full-length feature is (very) loosely based on […]

Read More

The Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare

Based on the true story of how a rogue group of British ne’er-do-wells helped cripple the Nazi U-boat program in the early stages of World War II, this Guy Ritchie film is a solid action-adventure laced with comedy and oh-so-much violence (but it’s killing Nazis, so it’s okay). Henry Cavill […]

Read More

Sweet Dreams

If you mashed up ‘Leaving Las Vegas’ and ‘The Bad News Bears’, you might be in the ballpark of this addiction dramedy starring Johnny Knoxville. Far from his ‘Jackass’ roots, Knoxville proves he has some decent chops in this predictable but still effective effort about the residents of a halfway […]

Read More

What Jennifer Did

A 2010 Canadian home invasion and murder-for-hire scheme unfolds in this Netflix documentary a little like a low-rent episode of ‘Dateline’. There are no real surprises along the way (it’s all right there in the title), and there’s not much depth or backstory either—both of which means this one’s fairly […]

Read More

Scoop

The 2019 BBC interview with Prince Andrew, Duke of York, about his friendship with Jeffrey Epstien was an unmitigated disaster, leading to his becoming a pariah not only in the UK as a whole but also within the royal family. Now director Philip Martin (‘The Crown’) brings us the behind-the-scenes […]

Read More
Copyright © All rights reserved.Theme Presazine by Sensational Theme