It may be derivative and predictable but Ghostbusters: Afterlife is still a whole lot of nostalgic fun
In Don’t Look Up, Adam McKay’s attempts at satire are smothered by the smugness of his screenplay
The Matrix Resurrections pokes fun at the idea of a reboot and plays out first and foremost as a love story tied to the original film, while...
Over-the-top, executed poorly, Kahay Dil Jidhar is a contrived effort that uses every cliche in the book.
Touching, exciting, and amusing, the MCU’s 27th offering easily ranks among the franchise’s most satisfying episodes.
It certainly isn’t the most essential superhero adventure, but Venom: Let There Be Carnage still makes for fun viewing.
The latest James Bond outing may be uneven but it still offers plenty of excitement and fun.
With remarkable talent both in front of and behind the camera, Tick, tick… BOOM! is thoroughly engaging and high on entertainment.
An all-star cast can’t save Khel Khel Mein from its disastrously muddling lesson on history.
Despite big stars and an even bigger budget, Red Notice fails to provide much in the way of entertainment.