Being a part of this fandom never ceases to amaze me.
Warner Bros. Discovery's credits disaster is a major unforced error that points to the future corporations want.
Both are auteur-driven dramas starring Leonardo Dicaprio. It's not a bad recipe for success.
Without both actors and writers, studios will have no choice but to come to the table and negotiate in good faith
Just like Everything Everywhere All at Once’s Waymond, Mantis wants to face things with her feelings, not her fists
Some scenes of The Little Mermaid seem far too dark, but recent trailers are dazzlingly bright. For movies like this, that's not really the point.
It will probably be a huge hit. But, it doesn't have to be.
Everything is so bad it’s funny, but Black Mirror always has lessons to teach us
Jame Gunn's threequel goes out on a high note.
Silent comedies build and iterate on ideas in the same way good games do.
The Judy Blume adaptation is a perfect crowdpleaser, but it isn't connecting at the box office.
Give me more superhero movies with actually good stories, I’m begging
Will Fantastic Four, X-Men, or more Avengers movies be enough?
It's been a long time since an MCU project has looked this good.
Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 3 finally gives Endgame its epilogue and bookends the MCU in a way where it feels fitting to leave it behind.
Gunn is known for wacky, but the scene is a reminder that he can do quiet, too.
We're already flooded with more media than we can possibly watch in a lifetime. Why waste our precious time on AI trash?
Rocket drives the movie forward in GOTG3, but Nebula has the film's heart and soul