Neither successful as a romance or a comedy, Your Place or Mine miscasts its leads while wasting a capable supporting cast on a dire script.
Its heart may be in the right place, but its obvious take on a complex subject matter make You People less impactful than it ought to be.
Amsterdam wastes its immensely talented cast and a hefty budget on an unconvincing script and meandering storytelling.
Super-convenient is this decade’s favorite genre, and The People We Hate At The Wedding seals this deal.
Dark, wry, scathing, and utterly riveting, The Menu serves a deliciously twisted treat.
There is a potentially intriguing mystery at its heart but the plodding The Pale Blue Eye ultimately doesn't make the most of its interesting setup.
The absurdist White Noise both intrigues and confounds as it weaves its way from social satire to disaster thriller and back.
Rian Johnson creates another clever whodunit in the form of the Knives Out sequel Glass Onion.
Samaritan squanders what could have been a fascinating concept by drowning in its own predictability.
It may not be the most exciting superhero flick, but Wakanda Forever makes up for its shortcomings with touching drama and terrific acting.