An intoxicating and energizing mash-up of a home invasion thriller with an alien invasion movie, No One Will Save You is a film constantly able to take familiar ideas and raise them to new levels.
A rare example of a clever, funny remake of a film heralded by some as a classic, White Men Can’t Jump actually improves upon the film that inspired it.
Disney’s latest live action updating of one of their animated classics, Peter Pan & Wendy, is, like a lot of their other efforts in a similar vein, good looking, underwhelming, and unnecessary.
Endearingly gross, goofy, and silly, the Medieval themed comedy Quasi isn’t always fall down hilarious, but it does elicit a lot of chuckles and grins.
Well intentioned, but narratively and stylistically limp, writer-director Matt Ruskin’s crime drama Boston Strangler brings no new ideas of its own to the overcrowded true crime inspired genre.
Disney’s Jungle Cruise is instantly familiar, and that’s not just because it’s based on the Disneyland ride that’s been around for more than 60 years.
Dylan Playfair has grown up with hockey. He played hockey as a kid, his father was a coach for the NHL, and, like a lot of kids, he watched all the The Mighty Ducks movies on repeat. That’s what makes his latest role such a big deal to the Canadian actor, working alongside Emilio Estevez in the new Disney+ series, The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.
Anthony Mackie, Sebastian Stan & Marvel team talk The Falcon and the Winter Solider | Six-hours of Marvel action & adventure
Marvel is kicking off the fourth phase of the MCU with an entire slate of new series this year, and the latest is The Falcon and the Winter Solider, debuting tomorrow on Disney+.
It’s here! Some of the biggest films and TV series from Fox, ABC, and 20th Century Fox have arrived on Disney+ new brand, Star, and the lineup is huge.
The gridiron drama Safety is a good example of unabashed, wholesome family entertainment done right.