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Freaky Friday meets Friday the 13th in Blumhouse’s slasher comedy, Freaky. This film comes to us from Christopher Landon, the director of the two Happy Death Day films. While Happy Death Day combined the slasher genre with a Groundhog Day story, this film combines the blood-soaked adrenaline of a slasher film with the hilarity of a body swap movie.
When your film is blessed with the presence of Keanu Reeves, and it still isn't a good movie, that is not a good sign. The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge on the Run is the third animated comedy in the SpongeBob film series based on the famous Nickelodeon cartoon. This is yet another film that was scheduled for a theatrical release but is getting a digital release. 2020 has not been a good year.
Never in my entire life have I witnessed such a terrible film. It has a horrible performance from Sacha Baron Cohen, and it doesn't have a single funny moment. It's one of the worst movies of the year....NOT!!!
You're telling me we have a movie where a girl travels to the moon? Of course the Earth is flat, but can we even be sure that the moon isn't just part of our imaginations?
I have spent hours trying to come up with a good opening joke to begin my review, but I can't come up with anything funny. Therefore, I'm just going to leave you with this: "you can't handle the truth!" Did you laugh? Yeah, I know. I'll start the review.
In 2019, Adam Sandler gave a critically acclaimed performance in the Safdie Brothers' thriller, Uncut Gems. We waited in anticipation for the next masterpiece he would appear in. And in 2020, he gave us this.
I typically open my reviews with a short joke, but this movie doesn't have any jokes, so neither will this review. From Antonio Campos comes The Devil All the Time, a thriller-drama revolving around the sinister characters that surround Arvin Russell (Tom Holland) as he must protect his family from nearby dangers. This is a fascinatingly dreary film that hardly ever lets up.
Christopher Nolan's newest blockbuster, Tenet, has finally arrived in theaters after several delays due to the pandemic. Before I publish my analyzed review and my theories on the film, I will have to watch it again, and before I do that, I figured it would be a great time to rank his movies.