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RED ONE Official Trailer: Dwayne Johnson And Chris Evans Save Christmas

After a shocking abduction from the North Pole, the Commander of the E.L.F. Task Force must partner with the world's most infamous bounty hunter to save Christmas.

SMILE 2: Naomi Scott Is a Popstar Troubled by Terrifying Events in Sequel's Official Teaser Trailer

Parker Finn's Smile was a bit of a sensation when it came out in 2022. Backed by a viral and clever marketing campaign at live events on network television Smile proved to be an enormous financial success for Paramount at...

ULTRAMAN: RISING Review: Netflix Brings an Oversized Superhero to the Small Screen

Parenting is hard. Parenting a 20-foot tall, rambunctiously temperamental kaiju toddler speeds right past hard and straight into impossible territory. It’s all the more difficult when you already split your time between saving Japan from an influx of unwanted kaiju...

INSIDE OUT 2 Review: Another Win for Pixar and for Everyone Else

Anyone who suffers from — or suffered from — generalized anxiety and/or panic attacks should probably take a deep breath or two and take a mental walk around the block before sitting down to see Pixar’s latest, greatest entry to...

PRESUMED INNOCENT Review: Murder, Without a Doubt

Jake Gyllenhaal, Ruth Negga, and Peter Sarsgaard star in David E. Kelley's new adaptation of Scott Turow's murder mystery, debuting on Apple TV+.

BAD BOYS: RIDE OR DIE Review: More of the Same, Just Different

After the Slap Heard (and Seen) Around the World, Will Smith, fresh off an Oscar win for King Richard, found himself in desperate need of image and reputational rehab. The answer, as always, was clear: Return to the long-running series...

ALIEN: ROMULUS: New Trailer And a Poster That Goes For The Throat

Back in the day I was with my parents and brother in one of our local malls and we were thinking about going to see a movie. This was when James Cameron's Aliens was playing and I kid you not,...

YOUNG WOMAN AND THE SEA Review: Daisy Ridley Vs. the Patriarchy

At every step in Joachim Rønning’s (Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Men Tell No Tales, Maleficent: Mistress of Evil, Kon-Tiki) gripping old-school adaptation of Glenn Stout’s non-fiction book, Young Woman and the Sea, Daisy Ridley’s based-on-real-life Gertrude “Trudy” Ederle faces...

FURIOSA: A MAD MAX SAGA Review: George Miller's Prequel Hits On All Cylinders

Anya Taylor-Joy and Chris Hemsworth star.

IF Review: John Krasinski's Muddled, Moving Fantasy-Drama

Ryan Reynolds stars in writer/director John Krasinski's latest film.

Now Streaming Review: THE BIG CIGAR, Rude, Rowdy, Righteous

Andre Holland stars as activist Huey P. Newton, with Alessandro Nivola as film producer Bert Schneider. Tiffany Boone, P.J. Byrne, and Marc Menchaca, also star in the Apple TV+ limited series.

Now Streaming: BLOOD OF ZEUS S2, The Gods Get Gory

Derek Phillips, Elias Toufexis and Fred Tatasciore star in an animated action series, now streaming on Netflix.

REGINALD THE VAMPIRE S2 Review: Forget the Stereotypes, Bring the Slushies

Jacob Batalon stars in the SyFy horror-comedy series, created by Harley Peyton, based on Johnny B. Truant's 'Fat Vampire' book series.

WAR FOR THE PLANET OF THE APES Review: Deft, Stylish, Emotional

Matt Reeves completed the trilogy with dexterous style and an emotional approach to a weighty subject, developing into the best 'Apes' movie ever, as of 2017.


Review by Jason Gorber. There will be plenty of hyperbole flung about in celebration of this film with the joy and abandon of an ape playfully lobbing his poop at an appreciative audience. Yet like the scatological simian show at...

DARK MATTER Review: Of Twists, Turns, and Alternate Lives

Joel Edgerton, Jennifer Connelly, Alice Braga, and Jimmi Simpson star in Blake Crouch's mind-twisting series, debuting on Apple TV+.

RISE OF THE PLANET OF THE APES Reviews: Surprisingly Good

With the newest installment, Kingdom of the Planet of the Apes, just days away, it's a good time to revisit a film that surprised many of us, including the studio, I suspect, since it pushed the release date until early...

Ape Movies I Have Known and Loved

The week of 'Apes at the Movies' begins! Take your stinking paws off me ...

THE FALL GUY Review: A Rousing Crowd Pleaser

David Leitch has had ups and downs since co-directing John Wick a decade ago. While he's always been an incredibly talented action filmmaker, courtesy of his background as a stunt performer and coordinator, his apparent passion for mixing action and...

CHALLENGERS Review: Not Challenging to Enjoy

What should I tell you about Challengers? Perhaps that it's not as much about tennis as you may think, and that it is also not as gay as you think. Or that the performances were great, and the music by...