The movie has a great deal of charm thanks to an entertaining cast led by the charismatic Xolo Mariduena of Cobra-Kai and comedian George Lopez.
The film boasts great production values, a stylish flair for such a grim tale, and a fairly creepy and animalistic vampire who is more demon from Hell than creature of the night.
Compliments to the screenwriters for striking a balance that is for kids but still is adult-friendly for those wishing to play along.
I’m more used to films devolving in the back half today than actually coming together as this movie did for me. The sheer likability of the cast is hard to dismiss.
The two films are both incredibly well crafted, scratch two entirely different itches, and feature outstanding and creative film-making.
If you have any interest in seeing the latest installment of Tom Cruise’s “Mission: Impossible” franchise, then by all means go to see it in the theater and on the biggest screen you can stand.
The summer movie season hasn’t quite gone as planned. Films that appeared to be highly anticipated by audiences going into summer have been flopping left and right.
At 80 years old, Harrison Ford remains a star. His charm, gruffness, charisma and wry smile carries the movie as well as anyone could expect.
With one chapter of DC cinematic storytelling shutting down and another in the works, it is as good of a time as any to rank DC films from worst to first.
The death rattle of the DC Extended Universe of films actually comes with a bang rather than a whimper.
Director Steven Caple Jr. crafted a solid sci-fi action picture that breathes new life into a franchise that wore out its welcome years ago in the hands of Micheal Bay.
‘Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse’ is a gorgeous, kinetic, and heart-tugging piece of film-making that is simply one of the best super-hero films I’ve ever experienced.
The cast, led by the thoroughly enchanting Halle Bailey as Ariel, was sharp and imminently watchable. Bailey has the makings of a super star with a magnificent voice and an exotic look that combines powerfully on the big screen.
If you like action, car explosions, gun play, and all manner of fisticuffs, you’ll probably have some fun with this film and its appealing cast of characters.
Unless you are just an Affleck or Rodriguez completest, this movie is an easy pass.