Not as funny as it thinks it is, but ‘My Blind Brother’ proves to be an overall enjoyable film.
Yes, as good as we were hoping for.
Despite more superhero shows being on air than ever before, ‘Legends of Tomorrow’ really stood out from the DCTV crowd.
Tries to hold a message of empowerment, but falls flat with contradiction and fat-shaming punchlines.
Here, the “throw everything and see what sticks” method results in a fast-paced, hilariously outrageous sequel.
Predictable, simplistic characters and poor dialogue, but embrace the vibe and the charm is palpable.
This incredibly bleak treatment of family life won’t be to everyone’s taste, but, for the right mindset, it may very well stick.
No big revelations or dramatic conflict, but there is a lot of heart, goodwill and positive achievement.
John Krasinski has officially positioned himself as a standout filmmaker.
A fast-paced, amusing, visually incredible adventure that wants to offer a good time and delivers on its mission.