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‘Escape Room: Tournament of Champions’ Review—Sloppy Nonsense
The pandemic resulted in the delays of many movies we were eagerly anticipating. This July, we are finally getting to see some of those movies, such as Black Widow, Jungle Cruise, and Escape Room: Tournam—hold on, they made a second one?!
‘The Tomorrow War’ Review—Delightful Sci-Fi Action
Chris Pratt stars in The Tomorrow War, a science fiction action movie directed by Chris McKay. This film follows a science teacher named Dan Forester (Pratt), who is recruited by time travelers to go to the future and help fight in a war against an alien species wiping out the human population.
‘The Forever Purge’ Review—A Grating Experience
The only reason I would have to cleanse my soul is the fatigue I’m under from watching every movie in this awful series. I have had enough of The Purge movies. While some horror franchises begin with a strong opening installment and progressively worsen over time as unnecessary sequels are added, this series didn’t even have a good opener. Eight years, three Purge sequels, and a TV show later, we have The Forever Purge, a dystopian action-horror film directed by Everardo Gout.
‘Black Widow’ Review—High-Octane Entertainment
Eleven years after her introduction into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Natasha Romanoff gets her standalone installment in Black Widow, a superhero film directed by Cate Shortland that follows Natasha after the airport battle in Captain America: Civil War, as she goes on a journey to right the wrongs of her past while battling a mysterious villain named the Taskmaster.
‘False Positive’ Review—Darkly Fascinating
Pregnancy can be a scary experience, especially when you’re the protagonist of a horror movie. False Positive comes to us from director John Lee, the obvious choice for a horror filmmaker after his terrifying directorial debut, Pee-Wee’s Big Holiday.
'F9: The Fast Saga' Review—Absolute Insanity
No animals were harmed in the making of this movie. Just a lot of cars, buildings, and every law of physics you can think of.
Tribeca 2021: ‘No Running’ Review—A Subpar Thriller
It’s rare when we get to see a person of color headline a mystery sci-fi thriller, but that is precisely what we get with No Running, a film from Delmar Washington in his feature directorial debut. The film follows a young black man named Jaylen (Skylan Brooks), whose girlfriend vanishes in a storm.
‘Luca’ Review—A Heartwarming Beauty
Pixar has always been my favorite animation studio, and they have blessed us all again with a Disney+ original, Luca. This film comes to us from long-time storyboard artist Enrico Casarosa in his feature directorial debut. Our story follows two young boys having fun in an Italian summer as they must hide the fact that they are sea monsters in a city that fears them.