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‘iCarly’ Reboot Premiere Review—A Garbage Fire
I was ready. I was ready to see Freddie Benson go, “In 5, 4, 3, 2—” and point at Carly Shay as she begins her live web show. I was ready to see Spencer Shay get into weird antics as he sculpts things. I thought I was ready. But I wasn’t.
‘Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard’ Review — A Lackluster Action Comedy
Hitman’s Wife’s Bodyguard is that guy who shows up to college parties who’s always making subpar jokes and is always “on,” and while you don’t have a bad time with him, you want him to go screw himself.
‘Infinite’ Review — Surprisingly Fun
A Mark Wahlberg action vehicle may be the most unpredictable type of film out there—you can strike gold with Patriots Day or The Other Guys, or you could end up with a pile of crap like Transformers: The Last Knight or last year’s Spenser Confidential.
‘The Conjuring: The Devil Made Me Do It’ Review—Formulaic Scares
As amazing as horror movies are, there comes a time when we get tired of the endless flickering lights, objects moving by themselves, and bumps in the night. This film offers a prime example of that fatigue.
The Conjuring Universe: All 8 Movies Ranked From Worst to Best!
In 2013, James Wan launched The Conjuring Universe with The Conjuring, a critically and commercially successful horror film. This movie launched two sequels, a spin-off trilogy about the Annabelle doll, and two other spin-offs.
‘In the Heights’ Review—An Energetic Musical Feat
Lights up on Washington Heights as Jon M. Chu (Crazy Rich Asians, Now You See Me 2) directs In the Heights, a musical drama based on Qiara Alegría Hudes and Lin Manuel-Miranda’s Tony-winning musical of the same name. This film follows the members of the Washington Heights community as they face a blackout, all while pursuing their dreams.
‘Cruella’ Review — A Delightfully Stylish Ride
Origin stories are everywhere these days—it was only a matter of time before Disney took this type of story and made a live-action film based on an existing property. It was bound to happen.
‘A Quiet Place Part II’ Review — A Masterful Horror Sequel
When was the last time you watched a truly amazing horror sequel? They are a rare breed, but if you’re in the mood to see one in the theater, you may very well have that opportunity.