This is a gritty story that asks big questions about perception, truth and humanity.
This film hooks into themes of a dangerous man grievously wronged and looking for some terminal retribution.
The twisted theology alone here gives families plenty of reasons to avoid being swept up in this story.
The Mitchells vs. the Machines is fun, sweet and smart. It strays just a bit—but for some, that’ll be enough …
Together Together offers an interesting, at times crude, springboard into a conversation about surrogacy.
If the screenwriters had throttled back, if they’d kept what you hear as clean as what you see, this Netflix …
As superhero sequels go, especially DC superhero sequels, Wonder Woman 1984 is pretty top-shelf.
What starts out as a grotesque horror movie morphs into something more akin to sci-fi about halfway through.
This film’s focus on Eastern spirituality—especially reincarnation—will make it a nonstarter for many Christian viewers.
This film about acceptance also embraces thinly veiled visual and verbal nods that reference LGBTQ stereotypes.