But doesn’t maximize its potential Warning: minor spoilers ahead Nearly every generation has had its own Charlie’s Angels. The 70’s had Jaclyn Smith, Farrah Fawcett and Kate Jackson, and the 00’s had Cameron Diaz, Drew Barrymore and Lucy Liu. Today, we’re introduced
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We all have memories of those favorite non-sex movie scenes that get us going despite the lack in touching. Don’t deny it!
Humans behaving badly, it's terribly addicting
Koyoharu Gotōge’s Demon Slayer: Kimetsu no Yaiba is hitting the big screen
Dora And The Lost City of Gold has an 80% rating on Rotten Tomatoes, fam Look, when I was planning what movies to watch this month, I looked at Dora And The Lost City Of Gold and thought I’d catch it
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw is 2 hours and 16 minutes of more than enough action, some feels and a little cultural identity
Coming of age films are something we all need a little of—and who better to give advice than some know-how directors?
The Lion King has the star power and technology of 2019 to bring our childhood favorite to the real world. So much potential, too little follow through
While still scary AF, the movie franchise somewhat turned Annabelle on its head and we’re not quite sure how to feel about it
A fantastical tribute to a true musical icon for new and hardcore fans alike Towards the end of Rocketman, Taron Egerton playing larger-than-life rock star Elton John poses a semi-rhetorical question: “Maybe I should’ve tried to be more ordinary.” Although he
A Dog’s Journey is the kind of feel-good movie you need to start the weekend on a good note—or pick up the energy in the middle of the work week
We have some feelings about Avengers: Endgame. Did it hurt and make you happy the same way it confusingly did us? Then let’s discuss.
Yes, it will spark joy DC Films has made a reputation for itself in the realm of superhero movies; theirs is action-packed, serious in theme, gritty and sometimes, very dark (literally and figuratively). Too often, the characters have heart and display