Code 8 Part II Review

Rating: 7/10

With solid action sequences and a better story, Code 8 Part II is an improvement over the original film.

Drive Away Dolls Review

Rating: 5/10

Ethan Coen’s Drive Away Dolls aims to be a fun slice of midnaight madness, but it’s grating and not as amusing as it thinks it is.

Dune: Part Two Review

Rating: 10/10

Denis Villeneuve’s Dune: Part Two is stunning. If a third film is made, this might become the great sci-fi trilogy of our generation.

Ordinary Angels Review

Rating: 6/10

Hilary Swank and Alan Ritchson lead an emotional and inspirational film about faith that is formulaic but effective.

The Promised Land Review

Rating: 9/10

Mads Mikkelsen and Amanda Collin are excellent in director Nikolaj Arcel’s kick-ass historical epic, which ranks with the best in recent memory.

Land of Bad Review

Rating: 5/10

Liam Hemsworth stars in this very generic war thriller with Russell Crowe being the only true highlight from an otherwise grim tale.

Bleeding Love Review

Rating: 7/10

Ewan McGregor and Clara McGregor play father and daughter in an emotionally powerful drama about addiction.

Bob Marley: One Love Review

Rating: 6/10

Featuring tremendous performances from Kingsley Ben-Adir and Lashana Lynch, there’s very little to connect with here outside of the great tunes.

Madame Web Review

Rating: 5/10

Sony’s Madame Web is a lower-key, and ultimately bland addition to the ever-expanding Spider-Verse.

Suncoast Review

Rating: 8/10

Laura Linney, Woody Harrelson and Nico Parker star is this gentle, charming coming-of-age dramedy, which hits Hulu in February.

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